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Some of my Montana SDC2300 gold found this summer. The smallest " nugget" weighs in at a whopping .o4 grams and the largest at 2.01 grams. We are snowed in, the ground is frozen, and I have cabin fever but I will be in Arizona next month and hope to meet some of you. post-27779-0-15359100-1449959313_thumb.j

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We can't find any nuggies in the summer down here cos they all turn molten, re-liquify

and sink into the center of the earth, along with our souls and will to live..

Or something like that.. Ask Bill.. It's like Morristown, but with humidity.. :4chsmu1:

Sweet finds, Prof..

Swamp

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Very nice gold Montana Professor!

I was in Butte this spring and visited the great mining museum along with the mineral museum at the college. A very interesting area for sure. There's a whopper of a nugget on display there at the college I'm sure you have seen it. Great motivation to keep on swingin'!

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The beautiful nugget in the Montana Tech mineral museum was found in the Highland mountains south of Butte. It is my understanding that the nugget went out of the washing plant over the stacker and was found on top of the tailing pile. I have detected in that area and have found lots of square nails, bullets, shell casings, and hot rocks.

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WTG Montana! :yesss:

That's a nice haul for a summer.

Come on down here for the winter....our ground isn't frozen :)
Tom H.

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MT Prof,

Nice very nice. I was born in Butte in 1939, graduated MSM 1963.

I sent you a PM.

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