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Good to see you out in the goldfields again, amigo! Glad you scored some of the good stuff during your whirlwind prospecting trip.

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Chunky Lundy on this trip.  WTG  You live so close now you don't need to stay?  haha

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13 hours ago, LuckyLundy said:

Marley refused to eat his normal dog grub on this trip, and only wanted what I brought “Fried Chicken”.

So does that mean that you and Marley traded lunches?

Fantastic hunting to find those nuggets and loved the background on the area.

Good luck and bring that poor dog something good next time.

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well done LL some fine nevada nuggets

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Good to see you Lundy and sorry I did not have time to chat, but was with a gaggle of new customers eager to learn their gold detectors.  5 Gram nugget at RP is some serious Steak/Lobster and certainly worth your time.  I actually enjoy the smaller one with its Rye Patch pattern, very nice.

Customers recovered 12 nuggets during the training and most found with the GPZ-7000's, but the Monster and EQ-800 hit a few as well.

Hopefully I can get back down there later this summer and spend a little time chasing some steak & lobster with the new GPX-6000.

Thanks for swinging by and see you down the road.

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Gerry, you had a big crowd attending your training!  Glad a few got their coils over some nuggets.  It’s always a thrill, even for guys like us.  See ya on another trip.

Rick

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