matt

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matt last won the day on March 6 2015

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About matt

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  • Birthday 12/05/1970

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  1. Well done! Hope you can get back in and take down the tailing piles. Check every rock with the detector!!!! Congrats on a great day with your family!
  2. Cool idea Rick!
  3. Nice score for $2k. Doesn't look like it will take too much to have it on the water this summer. Lots of lakes to explore in the motherload and not to mention the delta.
  4. harbor freight sell shop presses for cheap. I know harbor freight sucks, but you can get 12 ton press for just over $100 and a 20 ton for under $150 with the coupons. They use bottle jacks, but work pretty good
  5. A story worth the time to read. Thanks for posting the link.
  6. Happy Birthday Steve!
  7. Fantastic Adam! Love those sunbakers! Too bad you didn't get a picture of it before you picked it up.
  8. Sweet finds Luke!
  9. "Leave them alone and mind your own business" "It's none of your business how another couple wants to live their lives" That would be great if they were not protesting and parading about everything! If "they" didn't push their lifestyle on everybody else, most people probably wouldn't even care. Most of these groups like BLM use some lame excuse to wreak havoc on their own community.
  10. Well done!
  11. There is a big difference between being off the grid and tied to the grid. Off grid has it's challenges with batteries and DC appliances (but appliances do not need to be DC). Grid tied systems are cost effective. Price for panels has dropped substantially and continues to get cheaper. Micro inverters improve efficiency per panel in lieu of strings of panels. It is basically plug and play these days. There are so many reasons to go solar. I can buy 235 watt panels for $90 each new. 325 watt panels for $135! I can install my own system for way under $10k and produce enough electricity to zero out my energy bill. For me, that means my system is payed for itself in under 7 years. After that, my power is free and the panels should produce at that rate for 25+ years. Read Home Power Magazine and you can learn a lot about the benefits for yourself.
  12. I was being sarcastic because that is her "location" in her avatar profile.
  13. Those are fatty! Nice!
  14. "she is in your dig holes pulling up targets you missed by not using a Minelab"