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Re: Gold, placer type

There ia a very long, winding road, that leaves Prescott, AZ to the south, not on the freeway, but thru the mountains. It is a road kmnown as "White Spar road". it is a huge mountain, or dyke of bull quartz. I wonder just how much gold is under all that quartz? BTW, Prescott, AZ, is considered part of the "Golden Crescent, that runs from the gold country in California, thru prescott, AZ, ( yavapaii county, and then to mexico. I'd give my "eye-teeth", to be able to go out, "drywashing" every day, again, like It was when gold was $35.00/OZ .

Dick, 5/16/2011
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