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Gold Prospecting... Metal Detecting...
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Rock Hounding... ...and all other outdoor activities

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These are just a few of our many titles

for your gold prospecting,

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ghost town hunting,

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Do you like to prospecting for gold, metal detecting for coins, hunting ghost towns, or other treasure hunting hobbies?


Your hobby is under assault!


Don't just sit back and let some paper-pushing bureaucrat with an environmentalist agenda close down yet another area...your your hobby.



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Winter is a great time to start Researching your next

Treasure Hunting



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Aerial Photos can be

a great help to

researching where to hunt.


And no matter what your passion is...

Rocks & Gems..........

...........Gold & Silver

Fossils & Shells..........

..........Coins & Relics

Ghost Towns & Near Ghost Towns

Or just plain Good Times with Friends & Family...


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Treasure Hunting, Gold Prospecting, Ghost Town Hunting, or Metal Detecting Adventure.


Can You Really Find

Lost Treasure, Prospect for Gold, Explore Ghost Towns, and use a Metal Detector to find Relics, Coins, and Other Treasures?


Lost Treasure Stories

  • The John D. Lee Lost Mine is thought to be located in the Grand Canyon, near Lee's Ferry and the mouth of the Little Colorado River, and in sight of Vulcan's Throne.


More Information is available in

Guide to Treasure in Arizona

Buried Treasures You Can Find

Dig Here!

Some Dreams Die



Ghost Town

  • Garnet

30 miles east of Missoula


More information can be found in

Ghost Towns of Montana

Buried Treasures You Can Find

Dust in the Wind

 Lots of good websites and good info.

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Trivia Question

What is the "Spot Elevation"

at the indicated point on the map?


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Contour lines are those seemingly endless squiggly brown lines on the map picture. Each of these lines is drawn on an exact elevation on that "terrain feature." The distance between the lines are a presentation of the vertical distance between the lines. The vertical distance between the lines is the "contour interval." In our example, the contour interval is 40 feet, which means that between each of those brown lines on the map to the one next to it is an elevation change of 40 feet. But, is it 40 feet up or down? We will get more into this later.




November 2015

7-8 Gemorama 2015: Rockin' in the USA Founders Pavillion at CFS, Exton, PA Tuscarora Lapidary Society
15-16 Victor Valley Gem & Mineral Show Victor Valley Museum, Apple Valley, CA Victor Valley Gem & Mineral Club

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December 2015

27 Dec-1 Jan LDMA Outing Stanton, AZ GPAA

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