AuTSaurus

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  1. To answer your question, I would say that the answer to that is a resounding "YES"!!!!! That is just my opinion, though, ..... and I am aware that opinions are like other parts of the anatomy, Ha! Greg
  2. Are those, " tail drag marks" from Tahoe Tessie? What is just across the lake, just shy of the far shore, in the water, about 9 o'clock? Ha! Greg
  3. Happy Birthday, Hope it is a good one! Greg
  4. Boulder Dash, appreciate that, I did not know! Greg
  5. Nice gold, Adam, I agree with AU Seeker about the nugget sitting at about 11 o'clock in that picture! As for the unknown creature, I was thinking a civet cat, but you can't see the tail. I googled (images) and was schooled in how many color variations there are. Here is a photo that resembles your picture, at least the general head, leg, and foot shape. I don't know, however, if they are found in the area you were in or not. ? Greg
  6. Thanks for posting that, Don, pretty amazing stuff. I have their bedliner sprayed in the bed of my truck, but after seeing this stuff, and the way the egg and cup showed what they result in after being treated,... WOW! I am going to stop in and check this latest stuff out, the shop is about 1 mile from where I live. I'll let you know what I find out. Greg
  7. Thank you Johnno, it was a good day!
  8. April 20th, April 29th, and April 30th. Thank you for the opportunity/ies. ! Greg
  9. Nice pictures, Fred, I like the one of your two friends. Like Tom says, "it looks like some pretty barren land." I am always amazed at how they get by, with what seems to me, not near enough water at any given time. Greg
  10. Mike, PM sent to you. Please check your inbox. Greg
  11. Just found this Skip and Al, been away from the forums for a while. Really appreciate your well wishes! Greg
  12. Yep, Pretty crazy, I agree Don. I know meteorites, and/or material is expensive, depending on the rarity, but this, IMO, is crazy. I had to laugh. I guess if you consider the rarity and age of this meteorite, and what was entailed in fabricating the firearm and components from it, it would be expensive.... but that much? Whew!....
  13. I ran across this article, and thought some of you might like it.... http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/14/guns-made-meteorite-price-tag-1-million.html?intcmp=hpbt3 Greg
  14. Andyy, Just my opinion, but here goes... I don't think you will find such maps, as they are inherently different than placer claims. Placer claims, being a plot on top of the ground, and visible, are easy to map. Lode claims, not visible, being underground, cannot be mapped like placer claims. I doubt that anyone would keep a data base of lode claims as with every claim/workings, being different than the next, there are too many variables to map and keep track of. Every mine probably has records and mapped records of developed mines, but, in my opinion, most, if not all of those types of archived records are probably held by the mine owners, corporations, companies, etc., for their own use and not for public perusal. Hope this helps. Again, just my opinion. Greg
  15. You bet, Don. They do look interesting. I've got just the place, actually a couple of them, that this just fits the ticket to get a better view of what I need to see. I just have to wait until after the holiday spending for family and grandkids. Then I can sped a little for me!