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So now that I have a Rino, what's the best way to put claim maps on it? Or do i need to use some of the online map sites and plug my own lat/longs into a custom route? I downloaded the base camp app and have watch the tutorials, its just gonna take a while to build surrounding claims and such by hand.
I'm not sure what forum to post this, many of us use Google Earth though so here it is, the new version which I just saw released.
Kinda let down personally... Cloud storage of my KMZ's...not going to ever happen with me. Also, looks like they eliminated most of the actual useful tools from the desktop version, bummer.
There does appear to be some previously unreleased high res imagery in at least some locations anyways though so that's cool.
Haven't really had time to look through it a lot yet, maybe I'm missing something new that is actually useful, dunno.
Educate me please members. In Australia one of my goals is to detect a nuggie in every State. There are seven states in Australia. I have three States to go.
How many States in the US is it possible to find nuggets in???. Have many of you managed to find nuggets from more then a few states over there?
My first trip to the state of Queensland yielded gold....and my first taste of beautiful paper thin leaf gold. Some of the thin sheets have crystal faces that look like "sergeant stripes " on the gold. (the flat nugget at top right only weighs 3 grams....yeah they are thin....but give good signals.
By Trent King
I was doing a quick search of gold mine sales in Australia to suss out the market. Came across this gold mine sales mob who have cut and copied my gumtree ads and added random pictures??wtf
This is a hard rock mine I own that they have listed as an alluvial mine. Disturbingly it has 175 views and god knows how many people have been tricked thinking the ads are real.
I have sent enquiries in but have not recieved responses yet.
We try very hard to provide a quality service with our lease sales and am pretty pissed about someone taking potential customers for a ride.
By Trent King
Thought I would share this new app I have been using while out in the field on my android tablet.
I find the satellite imagery awfully slow to scroll and refresh on ozi explorer android, so got this one for general navigation as it is much faster loading. It works offline and has helpfull options to easily select and store wanted areas at various resolutions.
The waypoint options are nicely laid out and include lots of customization.
At $3.99 for the ad free version its even priced right!