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  1. Is this the part you're looking for? phasetechnical.com.au/product/double-d-8mm-heavy-duty-bungy/#:~:text=This 8mm%2C 150cm long extra,with the GPZ 19” coil If so it's 150 cm long.
  2. You probably don’t think of North Carolina as a hotbed of gold mining, despite the mascot of the University of North Carolina being a gold prospector. In fact, those unfamiliar with the history of the region might be confused as to why UNC chose this, of all things, as their mascot. However, once upon a time, it was the second biggest industry in the Tarheel State after agriculture which led to what is known as The Carolina Gold Rush. And it all began with a 12-year-old boy happening upon a gold nugget in Cabarrus County, 50 years before anyone dreamed of finding any gold in the “Golden State
  3. On the next episode we unearth Amelia Earhart's plane – coincidentally right next to D. B. Cooper's toothbrush. And both buried right in our backyard!
  4. Hey @King-Of-Bling, @Swegin, @mn90403! We talked with Steve about interacting here in the forum, and sharing some of what we consider to be our best content on-site. We got the green light. If you aren't interested in what we're posting, that's okay. We can also post the whole piece if desired (like @Swegin mentioned). But we didn't want to "flood" things here b/c we weren't sure how long to make these posts. It's a work-in-progress as we figure things out. And don't worry, this isn't a monologue with us just posting and not responding. You can see that we do respond (look later in this
  5. That sounds like a fascinating read. I may confiscate my girlfriend's device so I can read it. Link's here for anyone else who is interested.
  6. I absolutely agree with you. It is unimaginable that we would have failed to develop so great a part of the country. And, like you point out, I'm sure many people who live in Oakland are unaware of what gorgeous countryside their city has been plopped down on.
  7. The California Gold Rush is, forgive the pun, the gold standard of gold rushes in the United States. Indeed, California is known as the “Golden State” both because of its beautiful natural scenery, but also because of this gold rush that absolutely changed the face of American history in a short period of time. A great way to explain the changes is to compare California before the gold rush — a sparsely populated area inhabited mostly by Indians and Mexicans — to a state important enough that the first Republican Presidential candidate, John C. Fremont, hailed from the state. It all began
  8. Hello from Kellyco Detectors! We are happy to be here and look forward to having many good conversations about metal detectors and treasure hunting 😃
  9. Congrats on the find! What a unique ring. Thanks for sharing.
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