RB my sincere condolences goes out to you and yours. Some times we don't know why things happen the way they do. This will be my first thanksgiving without my mom, but thankful for all I have. Happy Thanksgiving Guy's!!! I have a gold rush in my dreams.
Here is a pic of the outstanding craftmanship of El D.....
BB....if you want to officiate, we would be honored. We are thinking in the spring so a ways out yet. The thought was to wait until until spring of '15, but if we can do it this coming spring so much the better! All depends on finances.
Man that makes my eyes pop out....wtg El D!!! I love it!
I'm in the boonies Don. Plenty of old places to check out all the way back to the 1800's. Right now i'm on a target that says 50 cents. But it started raining so i had to quit digging. I'm close to it, about 8 inches deep now, but the MD says at least 10". I'll show you whatever it is when i find it....lol
Well guys, I finally decided to get a detector. But just learning. Hopefully i'll have some coins to show in the very near future. But so far just trash. lol. But like I said, need to learn it a little more. I dug a hole about 10" today but never found the target. Kept bouncing from 25 cents to 50 cents but there was a lot of alluminum pan trash around it and the soil is very, very, dry. Will try again tomorrow with new setting since I understand it a little better. Can't dig too long because it's way too hot for my liking. But anyway I think it will do just fine for me to play with for awhile. Teknetics Delta 4000.
Well Dave I certainly enjoyed the pictures. They were like getting to see something I will never have the privilege to experience in my life. Thank's for sharing them with us. But I have a feeling since you got some experience under your belt, you will do just fine where ever you decide to prospect. I'm looking forward to hearing how the two states differ as far as the geology aspect of the prospecting goes. I would guess there are differences. But not sure if there are or not. GL and I can't wait to see you get it in gear in Arizona.