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Randy Lunn

Beautiful Day In Quartzsite, Az

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We went to the coin hunt in Quartzsite on Saturday and then on to Tucson for another excursion.  We didn't have time for nugget hunting.

The desert was ideal and we had a good 1450 mile trip from Saturday until late Monday.

Mitchel

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Randy, you have aptly described the quintessential Quartzsite experience. Congrats on the gold; icing on the cake!

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I’m going for the gold show in a couple weeks - how was the pizza? ?

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Jinmon, the pizza is great and there is often live entertainment.

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great looking day and great gold.

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Nice pieces! 1.6 grams is a good size nugget in my book, 90% of what I recover sits between .35 to .5 grams. ?

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Quartzsite is always a relaxing experience. Nice job on the nuggets too !

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Hi Randy…  you would make an ideal prospecting partner!!! We share a similar interest in observing local flora and wildlife, and heading into town at the end of the day for dinner and maybe something cold to wet parched whistles. An ideal closure to a long day of digging and kicking rocks. 

Congratulations on the nuggets, the larger one is a real nice find. Thanks for sharing your trip with us, and for that excellent photo. WTG!!! :cool:

Jim.
 

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