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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryB View Post
    That's me. I want to get a decent one and learn how to use it so I can tinker around. I go to some places that would be interesting to see what was under foot.
    Cal up Jerry at Gerry's detectors. http://www.gerrysdetectors.com/
    He offers training sessions as part of the package. He is the guy I went to Alaska with. Tell him Mike told you to call.
    Visit Colorado Ghost Towns at http://www.rockymountainprofiles.com

    No Sales pitch just plenty of photos and stories.

    "I led a quieter life before I got hearing aids." Mike

    Rocky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikejts View Post
    Cal up Jerry at Gerry's detectors. http://www.gerrysdetectors.com/
    He offers training sessions as part of the package. He is the guy I went to Alaska with. Tell him Mike told you to call.
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    Rocky and Kelly...............Now that I took 2 of the dogs tranquilizers and put a bib on, I'm OK. I've got a MXT like Rocky, and was able to find some pretty nice nuggets near Mariposa in California's Mother Lode a few years ago. If the guys over at the GPAA saw this, the forums would be hoppin' Thanks for the pics, and I'm sure I'll have some good dreams tonight.

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    Gold Fever

    Last edited by Kelly; 08-30-2006 at 07:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatiron View Post
    Rocky and Kelly...............Now that I took 2 of the dogs tranquilizers and put a bib on, I'm OK. I've got a MXT like Rocky, and was able to find some pretty nice nuggets near Mariposa in California's Mother Lode a few years ago. If the guys over at the GPAA saw this, the forums would be hoppin' Thanks for the pics, and I'm sure I'll have some good dreams tonight.
    Interesting comments about the GPAA. I am not a member but I got an ear full when I was in Alaska. Some former members were there. In addition the Alaska owner tried to work a deal with the GPAA to have a hunt for GPAA members on his property and the GPAA told him NO.. He only has about 40,000 acres. You can speculate on why they said no. I personnaly do not know why they would say no. Another of lifes mysteries.
    Visit Colorado Ghost Towns at http://www.rockymountainprofiles.com

    No Sales pitch just plenty of photos and stories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly View Post
    Gold Fever

    Now, I am sick !
    Got a better idea of early retirement !
    Flatiron, got a PM to ya !
    Before I/we go, let me play with my Dillon SDB.Crank out a few 45 Colt's.
    And, yeah, I'm a lifer of UPI.
    Got several gold pans.I like the old steel ones myself.
    I'm still droolin !
    See ya !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly View Post
    That DFX is a good all around detector, it will find relics,coins and gold nuggets. I use a Garrett Scorpion Gold Stinger, it also is gold,coins and relic detector. Learn your detector and take it with you every time you go out and find lots of goodies. Here is some of my gold.


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