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Story By Digger Bob In Silver & Gold Mag. 2017 Annual

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Bob has written a great article with a lot of show and tell. Bob talks about Oroville Dam with lots of pictures of it and gold he's found plus others too.

I'm sure it's other great stories in it but I pulled it off the rack just because Bob pretty face was on the front.

Chuck

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