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    Finding Gold in AZ.

    Well today I was watching u-tube vids finding gold in AZ the place I camp is full of old gold mines so when I retire I am thinking this would be a good hobby and with the help of the TW this will be fun.
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    Good way to go broke. If there was any profit in it the goobermint would already have it fenced and worked by slaves.




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    Thanks for killing my dream! sleep well killer.
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    Try meteorite hunting instead if you find yourself bitten by the treasure hunting bug. Here is one for sale, only $1400 for 1.2 grams Los Angeles Mars Meteorite 1.2gZoom (mobile users slide finger).
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    Hey, I didn't kill any dreams. Treasure hunting is a fun game. Just keep to the gaming level and you'll always have a reason to go ride. My idea of treasure is archeological sites. I follow evidence and historical documentation and find where people used to call home, then report to the appropriate state and tribal organizations for further research, recovery, and/or preservation and protection. I've found several pre-Columbian sites of southeastern nations. It is important to me to sometimes walk the trails of my ancestors.



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