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Never let the skunk win! It's been awhile with the rain and storm season that started last November-April. Again my little Joey DD coil at my old  patch but this time in the drainage ditch that w

1.1 gr good for VLF

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RD since posting the pic of the area I have permission to beep and you and I talked about it here I just a few minutes ago got a message from the owner saying she is going there because here land has been invaded.

Now just after receiving her msg I got a email from another party saying this: "this weekend i went to a place near "Bucaina balneario", do you know it?? It is between niquelandia and uruaçu... me and two other guys... 3 machines, almost 3 days of work... and nothing!"

No exact location was mentioned but it seems to me ironic that the two incedents happened together. I'll let you know more when I know more. 

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I'm beginning to think the upper end of slave digs, across the property line, might hold good gold, if permission is hard to get from that owner.

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RD that pic is only a small part of the slave digs. some of their digs are small where they followed a vein but in that area it seems to go forever, especially when your

inside the digs, there that were deep and the dirt piles are average four feet high. If three people with three detectors spent three days in those digs and found no 

gold their just flat lying. I have beeped the Eastern edge of those digs and found gold almost every day. About 1/2 mile to the right just out of the pic is where I 

found the 436 gr. That type of beeping is some of the hardest you can get into with the constant mounds of dirt, completely covered with trees and just plain brush. 

In the area after I got the 436 gr I slide off one of the mounds and broke two fingers on my left hand, the bones were sticking out. Good ole black electrical tape 

sure came in handy that day, taped the fingers up with the glove still on and headed home. The gold in that area is worth it!  

 

 

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On 10/18/2019 at 1:12 PM, garimpo said:

RD that pic is only a small part of the slave digs. some of their digs are small where they followed a vein but in that area it seems to go forever, especially when your

inside the digs, there that were deep and the dirt piles are average four feet high. If three people with three detectors spent three days in those digs and found no 

gold their just flat lying. I have beeped the Eastern edge of those digs and found gold almost every day. About 1/2 mile to the right just out of the pic is where I 

found the 436 gr. That type of beeping is some of the hardest you can get into with the constant mounds of dirt, completely covered with trees and just plain brush. 

In the area after I got the 436 gr I slide off one of the mounds and broke two fingers on my left hand, the bones were sticking out. Good ole black electrical tape 

sure came in handy that day, taped the fingers up with the glove still on and headed home. The gold in that area is worth it!  

 

 

436gr (Small).jpg

Oh, that is the pain of success! :grr01:

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On 10/20/2019 at 2:45 PM, Red_desert said:

I have beeped the Eastern edge of those digs and found gold almost every day. About 1/2 mile to the right just out of the pic is where I 

found the 436 gr.

So Don, what we are looking at goes more like this?

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Toughj going here RD, having to fight the TSM's daily. Mud, rain and lightening is bad enough but some of the big ranches are now divided up into 20 acre plots and 

given to the organized group that don't work and throw up shanty towns on the road right of way until the Gov. gives them the free land. Those people don't even 

allow foot traffic next to their land. What a mess!

Still looking for new prospects. Thanks for asking. 

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I think I'd seen something in the new about the ranches down there, don't remember what they were trying to do.

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I think this must be out on the reservation, but Apache girls look like they are playing flute over the quartz in this stream

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9 hours ago, Red_desert said:

I think this must be out on the reservation, but Apache girls look like they are playing flute over the quartz in this stream

apache-girls-flute.jpg

That's not a girl playing the flute, it's a man, I'm guessing the girl is his wife or soon to be wife.

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33 minutes ago, Au Seeker said:

That's not a girl playing the flute, it's a man, I'm guessing the girl is his wife or soon to be wife.

He may be trying to close the deal, while playing what appears to be a traditional courting flute. Could that be the bride price/dowry grazing in the background? Unless he's good with the flute he may still be one pony short of a princess. :)

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28 minutes ago, BMc said:

He may be trying to close the deal, while playing what appears to be a traditional courting flute. Could that be the bride price/dowry grazing in the background? Unless he's good with the flute he may still be one pony short of a princess. :)

That's it exactly, as a matter of fact the same image is on the linked website about courting flutes and the ritual.

http://www.whitewolfpack.com/2015/02/native-american-courting-rituals.html

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6 hours ago, Au Seeker said:

That's not a girl playing the flute, it's a man, I'm guessing the girl is his wife or soon to be wife.

And after they are married, she will play his flute:inocent:

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Maybe you're right it is the guy. That image is from Apache Native American and there are 2 videos of her up close playing the flute and 1 of the other playing but not so close up.

https://www.facebook.com/Apache.N.A/?fref=profile_friend_list&hc_location=profile_browser

 

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I don't know why a guy would be wearing a gold heart earring?

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I know the flute player is a girl, because she has breasts.

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1 hour ago, Red_desert said:

I know the flute player is a girl, because she has breasts.

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Yes the flute player in the video and the one posing with the eagle is definitely a girl but the flute player in image you initially posted in not a girl, he is definitely a man, he is bare chested and he is a "plains" Indian, not an Apache, Plains Indians lived in teepees, Apache Indians with the exception of the Kiowa Apache were for the most part desert Indians and lived in wickiups, hogans and on the very rare occasion teepees.

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Ok, I agree, I think it is the guy who has the Apache Native American avatar. I checked the video and it originates with the page. Only reason I went to this page is because of an invite. If I hadn't been invited, never would be posting it.

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7 minutes ago, Red_desert said:

Ok, I agree, I think it is the guy who has the Apache Native American avatar. I checked the video and it originates with the page. Only reason I went to this page is because of an invite. If I hadn't been invited, never would be posting it.

I agree that the Facebook page creator is most likely a woman, that seems to be very clear.

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44 minutes ago, Au Seeker said:

Yes the flute player in the video and the one posing with the eagle is definitely a girl but the flute player in image you initially posted in not a girl, he is definitely a man, he is bare chested and he is a "plains" Indian, not an Apache, Plains Indians lived in teepees, Apache Indians with the exception of the Kiowa Apache were for the most part desert Indians and lived in wickiups, hogans and on the very rare occasion teepees.

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