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kurt_BlumbergRe: Discovery kindles new Klondike gold rush
That's pretty exciting stuff...makes one optimistic for future sizable and even not so sizable finds in other areas. I know that just today as I was getting ready to go home after a long day of dredging in my little canyon, it occurred to me that even though thousands of miners combed the area I'm in over a 100 years ago, there still have to be new outcrops exposed by a 100 years of weathering as well as places they totally missed. I shouldn't give up on doing some prospecting. Like the prospector who made the Yukon discovery...you have to hope and you have to believe that it's there to find.
draglineRe: Discovery kindles new Klondike gold rush
Very interesting! Here's the link to the entire original article...


Dennis_GDiscovery kindles new Klondike gold rush

Just goes to show that an area that has been extensively mined and explored can still have some life in it.


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