GoldBellMining

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GoldBellMining last won the day on April 29 2014

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  1. Signed it.... We all have the right to the pursuit of happiness... and finding gold and having places to do so, makes me happy!
  2. Hey guys, Just wanted to say thanks for the advice about the metal detector, decided to get a Gold Bug Pro and I am really enjoying it.... can't wait to find that, oh so, elusive first nugget with it!
  3. Hey guys, I got my Gold Bug Pro out today for my first real day with it, decided to hit a place in Anchorage I thought would be a good test for it, After about an hour I found my first real hit that seemed interesting. Hopefully one of you can help me identify it. It's conduvtive, non-ferrous, and not malleable.. Thanks!
  4. I was pinned against sort of this same thing today, I knew I wanted a Fisher Gold Bug,, But 2 or Pro was my question... I liked the power and the price for the Gold Bug 2, but I found it to be more advanced than I wanted for my first quality detector. I am a novice in every since of the word and I felt I would spend more time fidgeting with the knobs and doing a lot more guesswork than actually metal detecting. So I decided that even though this may be the better machine for finding small nuggets at larger depths, this was not the detector for me. So I decided on the Gold Bug Pro, which ended up coming with 2 coils, the 5" and 5" x 10" ... I liked the ability to identify the signals and depths visually VS no Display at all on the Gold Bug 2 Being a Noob, I think I made the right choice...lol
  5. So, I went down to the USGS and found that Livingood is available but in Open Files, so they don't keep them on file. I went and tried to pull the report for Arlis, but the section was missing. I assume someone already had them somewhere. I don't suppose any of you guys would have a copy ? If I find it first I'll post here that I found it! Thanks Cory Oh, I think I found it here: http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/pubs/quad/livengood Yay google....
  6. People see their money dissapearing infront of their eyes and they get a little freaked out.
  7. Wow very gorgeous! Is that small bits fo platinum in the background?
  8. Dick, I hope that your right and it levels out soon!
  9. Sorry! Wasn't trying to junk up your thread, your completely right. I guess I got a little over excited about Geophysics, It really is such an exciting subject I guess I tend to over do it.
  10. Do you guys know anything about the colorado creek trail at all? I found the claim but its about 5miles NE of the Elliot ... only way I can see out there is colorado creek trail, but it looks like it may cross over the creek.
  11. Thanks Geo! Apparently I was overlooking it, Looking too many places and not focusing hard enough I guess!
  12. Thanks for the advice! These are the kind of things I wouldn't know about til after they happened, so having a heads-up really helps.
  13. It seems like the daylight just keeps getting longer and longer. I remember why I love Alaska.

  14. I just started diggin into this, http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/webpubs/dggs/aof/text/aof100.pdf Some Geophysical Anomalies in the Cook Inlet Region South Central - Alaska
  15. Wow, I hadn't looked at this post earlier, but just out of curiousity I looked and I am glad I did, this is truely a symbol of their genius.