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Offline dandequilleTopic starter
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« on: September 24, 2006, 08:38:54 am »
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Hey Carl,

     Did you read the report below about the Goldometer?  I bet the Texan would have taken your challenge to find a gold bar.  It seems not one miner was willing to let him find the bag of gold which indicates his willingness to take on a challenge and the miners thinking that it would work.  Maybe he left the area too soon.  There were some deep mines at Murphys and perhaps the miners were too eager to find gold immediately and should have dug deeper. The miners needed to find gold just to survive.  The mining days are repleat with stories about one miner leaving a hole and the next person in the very same place finding riches a foot or so deeper.
    If I ever locate a Goldometer I can let you borrow it to tear down and show pictures of it on your web site. You could describe each part and imply why the Goldometer wouldn't be able to find anything worthwhile.


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