Idaho Jim Posted June 15, 2020 Author Share Posted June 15, 2020 Yes...the reason for this thread is they don't look like the others I've found either. One more interesting thought on these. The more I look at them, the more convinced I am that they formed in a cavity in the host rock. The black "rind" may be a layer of that rock. I'm certain these eroded out of a rock outcrop that is currently not visible at the surface, and they didn't travel far. Dave and I covered a lot of ground last week. These were the only natural metal we found. They were both in the same dry wash, and 208 yards apart. Both were about the same distance from the bottom of the wash. I assume where they were was where the wash bottom was once located, but moved. So now the problem is finding the outcrop. You've been a big help, Morlock, and I appreciate it. Jim Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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