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  1. Very nice nugget.....great pictures of the surroundings....thanks for sharing.
  2. Fake of course but sure gets plenty of views....cha ching !!! Good as gold.
  3. Nice chunk of gold....nice to see some finds posted lately...
  4. Get well and take it slowwww.....
  5. Man you just burned that hunt in your memory, those days do not come often but when they do Eureka !! Congrats...
  6. I was entering 6th grade 1980 , I still have my Detectron 7T Metal Locator built in Santa Ana, California. I am 51 today !
  7. Have you tried a different battery? I had the same issues with my ML 4500 , but it was a faulty battery/amp. It would go wonkers loud sirens on and all.
  8. Anything that catches the eye while detecting is up for grabs. A great beach near Cambria has plenty of beautiful rocks to collect....lots of colorful agate also on occasion some sea glass too. Here is a large glass my daughter covered with sea glass we collected from Monterey to Cambria. Also some San Simeon beach surf worn agate...
  9. Wow that is so cool, if I lived in Arizona I'd be hunting both gold and meteorites. But all we have is gold in California....and those are getting hard to come by. Thanks for sharing your cool weekend.
  10. This forum is the "Vault" of knowledge on anything having to do with metal detecting. Thank you Steve for putting all this together. Its a class act #1.
  11. Divine rods for gold , not to sure about that but I do know form experience that some counties do use divine rods to locate old clay pipes underground. I was working on a kitchen remodel back in the 90's when I observed a contractor with the city of Thousand Oaks use these rods to locate old clay water / sewage pipes under the asphalt in the streets. I stopped what I was doing, got off my ladder and walked out of the house to investigate. I headed straight to the fella with the hard hat and orange vest holding divine rods and asked him what he was doing. He basically said an old timer former e
  12. Good photos, it is kind of you to share your adventure of searching for gold in this part of the world.
  13. Gerry , no not from Nevada but real close by, today their home is somewhere in Australia.
  14. What a great find, kudos to the finder of this beautiful and large specimen of ribbon gold. Here are two pieces I found with my Minelab years ago.
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