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    Never Shut Down?

    Решила настрочить в ветку форума, прошу камнями не закидывать, Вашему вниманию сайт: порно онлайн на ночь короче посмотреть ) Надеюсь понравится он =)
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    SB 145

    Решила настрочить в ветку форума, прошу камнями не закидывать, Вашему вниманию сайт: порнушка для ночь короче посмотреть ) Надеюсь понравится он =)
  4. Решила написать в ветку форума, прошу камнями не закидывать, Вашему вниманию сайт: порно для ночь короче посмотреть ) Надеюсь понравится он =)
  5. The Nugget Hunters Jeff and Gary accept the Hawaiian's Challenge !!!! Tim ( Blue Lead Gold Productions ) and JC (The Minin Hawaiian) have Challenged Jeff (Smithsgold) and Gary ( Two Toe's ) to see who can find the most Gold Nuggets !!! Detector's ready lets get to finding those elusive Gold Nuggets. Gary and Tim are using there White's TDI's. Jeff is running his White's Gold Master VSat and JC is running his Garrett AT Max. if you enjoyed the video don't worry I'm hearing talk of a rematch !!!!! SG 019
  6. Click Here For Video Learned a Valuable lesson the other day on our way to the Hydraulic pit to metal detect for Gold Nuggets !!! Don't bet with Two Toe's !!!!!!! TM 011 Thanks for watching !!!!
  7. Tim and Gary’s Gold Adventure ( Half Ounce day ) Tim from Blue Lead Gold Productions and Gary ( Two Toe's ) got to do some Metal Detecting and Boulder rolling Look at the Gold Nuggets they Found !!! I'd say it was a Great Day !!!!!!!! TM 010
  8. OK, I have saved enough money to purchase a suction dredge. I am thinking of using the GoldHog Superhog with a 3" trash pump. any thoughts? What about a Keene? As I have never done this before I would love to hear from you. Thanx
  9. Uncovering Family Artifacts ( Sifting History ) I return to the Family Homesite this time to Sift through the dirt looking for Family artifacts. Filmed in the Fall of 2019 we uncover a Chauffeur's pin that belonged to my Great Aunt Kathryn's husband William Ernest Thrower. The pin dates back to 1935-36 # 51927 from California. a little bit about William Thrower he was a World War I United States Army veteran having served from March 26 1917 to July 2 1919. Sergeant William E. Thrower 81 Division 324 Infantry, Company K of the American Expeditionary Forces . Buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, Ca 1895-1965
  10. Cleaning Bedrock for Gold Nuggets The Rain can't stop Jeff and Gary (Two Toe's ) as they head to the Hills in search of those elusive Gold Nuggets. Jeff has his White's Gold Master V-Sat (VLF) Metal Detector and Gary has his White's TDI (Pulse Induction) Detector see which one finds the most and biggest Gold in the California Mother lode. Clear that Bedrock and check those Crevice's there might be Gold Nuggets hidden in there !!!! SG 018
  11. Mining Relic's of the Mother lode There are relic's from the California Gold Rush all over the State. The pictures in the video are from Grass Valley to Beckwourth and just about every camp or village in between. When Gold was discovered in California in 1848 it started a mass expedition to the territory in search of great wealth. I hope you enjoy the pictures and the video I just love visiting the Historic mining towns and sites .
  12. Thanks Chris, sorry for the slow reply - I went under the radar for a while. I see what you mean. We recently approached a rancher with so good ground. There was no way he was going to lease to us. Also I recently found out that Federal land can have split estates - making the mineral rights quite complicated. I see why larger scale mining can be serious business with a lot of potential cost involved - even at the business/litigation end. Thanks again, Nathan
  13. Hi all, I am a newbie miner on my first season bulk testing my two adjoining claims that are under one SMES. I have a proposed plan operations (working on) that I am getting ready to submit to the DEQ and Forest Service here in western Montana. I made a miscalculation on the historical dredge results of the ground I am on. I thought that the gold values were $20 p/oz in 1947 but just found out they where $34.71 p/oz. This puts my estimated ground averages at $7.70 per yard (Historical dredge results at $17 cents per yard in 1947). I have a minimal outfit, 2 people, one 12 ton excavator and a 10 - 15 yph trommel that has a water recycling system and sand screw. I have done the math a few times and it seems that this ground might be too lean - bringing in around 1/2 oz per day for and 8 hour day. Without going into to many details about my plan (which I am willing to do), am I out of my mind? Best, Nathan
  14. Farm chores and Gold : Return to the Feather With all the crazy stuff happening right now I feed the farm animal's and head to the Feather River to find piece of mind and Gold. I'm Social Distancing to the River !!!! No lines no media no drama no BS Just me and a few fishermen enjoying nature on the River Filmed 3-16-2020 Farm chores and Gold : Return to the Feather SG 017
  15. Pocket Gold !!! See The Famous Two Toe's Lost Treasure Nugget !!!!! Two Minute video TM 008
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