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Wet Dirt


Went out to do some Drywashing but the dirt was very moist had to run it 2 - 3 times , Did find some Gold with it , After the digging I could not leave the bedrock unfinished so I vacuumed up all the material & went home , Ran the material thru my clean up sluice with better results , Not a bad day after all .
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Absolutely nothing wrong with that gold take. 2 Thumbs ^^ to you sir. I love the “in the field” photo. Great pic with you working the bedrock. When it comes to bedrock, I am a one man demolition crew. As you did, leave no gold behind. Keep up the great work and keep us posted.


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Dam Nice gold. Nice post.

Curious. Are you working in the SW ?

Ever deal with that Valley Virus ?
Mom caught it in Arizona desert.


I am working in So Cal deserts , When I was Racing ( off road - Baja 1000 ect. ) some of my competitors got it really bad (valley fever) from all the dust , Back then we had open face helmets & maybe a bandana . Now we where a face mask when Drywashing