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do post photos or send to someone that can , 
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If you mean me, yes I'll post pics after this Friday. It's a long weekend here so I'll be gone to the gold claim and camping.
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Gold Claim?? No wonder you got lotsa do-ray-mi!!

Hey - wheres my bayo? Hasn't showed yet
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Bayo should be there today, Hoadie. Yep, me and a buddy have 2 claims in the Boston Bar area of BC, about an hour drive from my place. good clean fun, hard work but we do get some gold every time we sluice.
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cool man. im right into gold panning and slucing here in nova scotia. i love being in the woods and on a river.
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Our gold haul from April 13th, 2016. Fraser river gold is mostly fine particulates to flour to small flakes. No large nugets yet but last year I found a nice tear shaped flake that my buddies' wife is having mounted in a piece of jewelery.
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wow loks good. most gold i find is still in the quartz. i go to renfrew, oldham and waverly. all old gold mine towns. i mostly go through the piles of stuff waiting (100years ago now) to be crushed.  all the sights have rivers throuh them. i make my own sluces. they are the "bazooka" type

water feeds into pipes with holes in them to keep he bed bubling. heavies sink in he mix, light stuff floats off the top
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Except for one sluice which was store bought, we make our own sluices as well. 1 1/2 inch hose feeding from a pump dipped into the river. Works very well. We make and maintain our own equipment.The river is quite high now due to the spring run off but we have a high banker sluice that works for us. It's a lot of work, but nobody said it was going to be easy!
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Hey! Speaking of Gold...MY BAYO ARRIVED!! Woo-Hoo!! What a beaut!.(Frog marked 1953...Blade was perfect!!(gotta clean it again now, I guess)
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I'm happy you are happy!
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nice work guys, that was good of you Canuck!
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HAPPY!!?? I haven't felt like this since the pigs ate my baby brother!!I'm elated!!
Now..I hafta go clean it again...
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Evanguy, I strive to help when I can. I just got a ton of help procuring that E.A.L. rifle and the Globco Mohawk as well. Friends helping like minded friends, it's what we should all do. Hoadie, I hear that if you rub it too many times you can go blind....let us know how your eyesight is in a few days, LOL
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"...Hey! Speaking of Gold...MY BAYO ARRIVED!! Woo-Hoo!! What a beaut!..."

post some photos we live vicariously here ya know - not voyeurs by any means . but needing to see the porn-er-photos 
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..A Sq: I would..but I'm a techno - saur. (My VCR still flashes 12:00, cuz the young kids round here moved away! )

I gotta thank Rhino - cuz when he was here last time, he brought me a new - unissued recoil pad for the Rifle, the late Barry Coppard - for selling his rifle to me in the first place (that's how I know it was saw service in the Mau Mau festivities), & Canuck - for scooping the bayo etc for me. (Sounds like the speeches @ academy awards )
But I truly am thankful.
If I could just learn to actually HIT something with it!!

But it sure looks "at home" sitting right next to my Vimy Vet!
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