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9 minutes ago, Mac said:

they say the goose laid golden eggs, so maybe the sheep there are pooping golden nuggets lol

It's funny you say that Mac, in that exact same area we found gold stuck in grass roots, the area gets very dry and sheep are likely to eat grass with roots and all when they're hungry... so i'm sure it's happened where sheep have pooped out gold in that area 🙂  I just think it's a spot that breaks the mold, gold does grow back on that path.

 

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36 minutes ago, phrunt said:

I just have to work out how to get there 🙂

You have been there twice....it cant be that difficult. You have google & technology at your fingertips, & you are a legend at technology. Stop making up excuses & get up there.:laugh: I believe you have a gps so just punch in the coordinates & away you go. :rolleyes:

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11 minutes ago, phrunt said:

I just think it's a spot that breaks the mold, gold does grow back on that path.

 

Ha ha...I may make it look like that.....but I bet it doesn't. I don't like my chances next time. Maybe the Nox will prove that wrong with its 6" coil. You better go & beat me to it.:biggrin:

JW

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2 minutes ago, kiwijw said:

You have been there twice....it cant be that difficult. You have google & technology at your fingertips, & you are a legend at technology. Stop making up excuses & get up there.:laugh: I believe you have a gps so just punch in the coordinates & away you go. :rolleyes:

I'll try go this weekend, once I find the spot to park the car I'll find it, the walking part I know now.  If I'm not back on the forum Monday call the mountain rescue people 😄

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If I'm not back on the forum Monday call the mountain rescue people 😄

Do you need them to carry out your gold

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