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面接では、ほとんどの場合で最後に逆質問の時間を頂けます。それは、看護師の転職面接であっても同じことです。この逆 […]

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年収アップのために転職を目指す人もいますが、看護師の場合は病院の規模だけでなく急患の受け入れ体制も重要になって […]

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First day our Gold Nuggets Weighed in at 19.3 grams The following is a true story, only the names have been changed, to protect the guilty. We’ll that’s how “Ain’t No Fun (Waiting Round To Be A Millionaire)” by AC/DC starts but we did not quite make a million on this trip. This trip was well planned, Dennis, Las, my kiddo and I all heading deep into the deserts of the Southwest U.S. to hunt both old and new ground for a week. You might also be wondering “What are drop zones?”. Basically any...

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Categories: nugget shooting, drop zones, gold detecting in the drop zones, gp extreme, keene 141 drywasher, sd 2100, tucson

Testing the Minelab SDC2300 vs GP Extreme Humid Hunt After having some eggs and greens we hit the road at 3AM in the morning to meet up with Dennis, he was up and on the road too. Our first stop was to get some gas, coffee and ice. We had plenty of snacks, home made beef jerky, cashews and other goodies. The cooler morning air felt good and the scent of rain certainly let us know that it would be a humid day. The purpose of today’s hunt was not only two good friends spending time together but...

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Categories: nugget shooting, coiltek wallaby 17 dd pro, minelab sdc2300 vs gp extreme, sdc 2300, sdc2300

It’s 9 AM in Arizona and I’m drenched in sweat I woke up with a shot glass in my boot, must have been one helluva night. Well not really but that’s a great opener. So off the alarm goes at 2:30 AM. I hit snooze 3 times and now it’s 3:00 AM. Fungicides, well at least I have a beautiful woman in bed with me. I need to wake her up. We take care of our morning bathroom breaks and meet at the kitchen table. We’re both excited to get out and just can’t seem to wake up. We choke down some hard boiled...

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Categories: nugget shooting, august gold hunt in arizona, minelab, wallaby dd pro

Flood Gold Prospecting There are many types of placer gold deposits and sub types depending on what you read, this article series focuses on Alluvial Placers, Eluvial Placers, Bench Deposits, Residual Placers, Beach Placers, Glacial Deposits, Eolian Placers, Desert Placers and Flood Gold. Now it may sound like a lot to digest but don’t worry you need not be a geologist to get the drift. Let’s start with Flood Gold, this is just a flood gold primer not an exhaustive guide. Flood Gold can be...

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Categories: gold prospecting, alluvial placers, beach placers, bench deposits, desert placers, eluvial placers, eolian placers, flood gold, glacial deposits, pay streak, paystreak, residual placers

Summer Gold Prospecting at Night Summer Gold Prospecting at Night Many places across the U.S. (and the world) summer time temperatures can reach well over 100 degrees. And in the SW U.S. and along the West Coast (New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, etc.) that means you sweat it out, shade it out or hunt at night. I’ve spent countless days out in the deserts detecting and dry washing in the intense heat, even at 110+. Not the smartest idea but I’ve done it. Really, at some...

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Categories: gold prospecting, black light prospecting, night hunts, night time gold prospecting, summer gold prospecting, summer gold prospecting at night

Watch this video for a few things to help you with gold discovery… I mentioned a short list of four things you can do to improve the speed and efficiency of your gold finding ability.   I left off with the fourth item where things just start to get interesting.  This short video picks up the […]

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Categories: finding gold

Sometimes our web players and various web browser & operating system combinations conspire together to prevent viewers from enjoying our videos. Here’s a few tips to help you resolve that problem. 1.  Look at your browser and computer audio/video settings to make sure other videos work, for example YouTube.   Check on this channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ProspectorJess 2. […]

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Watch this video for a few things to improve your ability to find gold fast… Gold prospecting has a few things for you to follow that will quickly improve your ability to discover gold fast. By watching this video you will see just how four simple steps will boost your ability and make finding gold […]

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Categories: finding gold, gold prospecting videos, how to find gold

For all of Oregon’s abundant wildlife, city-dwellers are still limited to crows, squirrels and the occasional raccoon. So Portland writer, director and producer Mike Vogel was understandably surprised to stumble across a bald eagle in the middle of the city.

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Categories: tag:bald eagle, tag:eastbank esplanade, tag:gold dredging, tag:gold mining, tag:grass mountain, tag:oregon environment roundup, tag:sage grouse, tag:sage-grouse

Below details a letter written by John Sutter about the discovery and impact of the California Gold Rush: It was in the first part of January, 1848, when the gold was discovered at Coloma, where I was then building a saw-mill. The contractor and builder of this mill was James W. Marshall, from New Jersey. In [...]

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Categories: california gold, california gold mining history, john sutter


While I have been one of the great advocates of Colorado, there have been things that have bothered me about certain areas of the state for a long time. Now it seems that the lunacy from these other areas has spread to the state house and that is sad.   Colorado has always been a […]

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Categories: uncategorized, boycott colorado, gun control, mining, tourism

Gold placers were worked in Los Angeles County between 1834 and 1838 by Mexican and Spanish miners, and by 1858 more than 6,000 miners were working placer deposits 35 miles northwest of the Los Angeles city hall. Most of the county’s total production of gold through 1959 was 1,109,200 ounces which [...]

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Categories: california gold, los angeles county gold, acton, antelope valley district, azusa, cedar district, denver mining and milling property, governor mine, los angeles county natural history museum, mt. gleason district, neenach, newhall, pacoima canyon, placerita canyon state park, river mining company, san fernando, san gabriel canyon, san gabriel district, san gabriel mountains, tujunga, tujunga canyon

Gold miners and ghost hunters look for pay-dirt in an eastern Oregon gold mine is the setting for a new Syfy reality show .

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Categories: cat:television top stories, tag:ghost mine, tag:gold mining, tag:paranormal investigation, tag:reality tv, tag:syfy

A total of 1,777,000 ounces of gold came from Kern County between 1851 and 1959. Amalie District Amalie district, is located between south summit of the Piute Mountains and Caliente Creek in township 30S. range 33E and 34E, it had a total production of 30,000 ounces of lode gold. The Amalie Mine was a [...]

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Inyo County produced 496,000 ounces of gold between 1880 and 1959, primarily from lode mines scattered throughout the county, with a considerable percentage as byproduct from lead, silver, copper, and tungsten ores. Russ District In the Inyo Mountain Range, the Russ district opened in 1861) had many area mines that produced lode gold. [...]

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Gold occurs throughout Imperial County in its arid mountain ranges. Here is where the classic pick, pan, shovel and burro prospector of the nineteenth century crisscrossed the desert between water holes. A minimum estimate of 235,000 ounces of lode and placer gold have come from this county. Cargo Muchacho District Northwest of Yuma, [...]

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The Idaho Conservation League sues after officials approve dredging the Salmon River, an action that they contend will harm migrating fish habitat and create holes hazardous to anglers.

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Categories: tag:dredging, tag:fish habitat, tag:gold mining, tag:idaho conservation league, tag:idaho department of lands, tag:mike conklin, tag:salmon habitat, tag:salmon river

There are plenty of good places to find gold in Oregon. Some of you may already know this, but a lot of us do not. You can find some color using just about any method of gold prospecting, but you have to know where to look. Here is a good clue for you. The Rogue [...]

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Categories: ghost towns, gold dredges, gold nuggets, gold panning, gold prospecting, gold prospecting history, gold prospecting tips, gold prospecting videos, oregon prospecting, gold hill, gold hill oregon, rogue river

I am sure that you remember when the US 9th circuit court ruled against suction gold dredging in California. It was just the tip of the iceberg. There are plans underway to extend this ban much further than anyone has expected. This ban could reach as far as the states of Arizona, Alaska, Idaho, Nevada, [...]

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Categories: alaska prospecting, arizona prospecting, california prospecting, gold panning, gold prospecting, idaho gold prospecting, ban suction dredging, california, gold panning

Gold can be found all over the place. It is not always laying in some river or creek bed just waiting for you to come by with a gold pan and scoop it up. It can also be found in large quantities in many of the deserts in the United States. One of the most [...]

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Categories: arizona prospecting, california prospecting, gold panning, gold prospecting, gold prospecting tips, nevada mines, desert prospecting, gold prospecting in the desert, mojave desert

We wrote about a great historical gold rush event that is happening in Danville California a little while ago. The event just got a little better, and if you are in the area then you might want to check out the Gold Rush Alamo Tour that is planned. What is it? It is a tour [...]

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Categories: ghost towns, gold prospecting, gold prospecting history, gold tourist destinations, alamo cemetery, danville, gold prospecting info, gold prospecting tours

In 1864 something was discovered in the small town of Fisherville. Can you guess what it was? Of course you can. It was gold. The small town quickly grew into a population of 5000 people, and with all of those people came a whole new set of buildings. The town lived and breathed gold prospecting. [...]

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Miners blame permit delays, threat of safety fines and high fuel prices, but others say the oversight is needed to prevent environmental and safety problems.

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Categories: tag:baker county, tag:blm, tag:gold mining, tag:granite, tag:grants pass, tag:mining, tag:sumpter

Although the area around Salida, CO (where I am currently sitting) is fairly dry (less than 12 inches precipitation per year) this past Winter has been unusually dry. The snow pack on the mountains above us was at 52% of the normal as of April 1st. This lack of water affects gold miners in several […]

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Categories: uncategorized, gold miners, gold prospecting, jefferson county colorado fire, salida colorado, wild fires

Gold & Treasure Shows may be coming to your area. Click here for details   SPRING CIRCUIT Pomona, CA January 21 – 22, 2012 Mesa, AZ February 11 – 12, 2012 Albuquerque, NM February 18 – 19, 2012 Red Bluff, CA March 10 – 11, 2012 Puyallup, WA March 17 – 18, 2012 Salem, OR […]

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In June 2012 three of us are going to Nome, Alaska for the GPAA Alaska Gold Expedition at Cripple River Camp. We already booked a reservation and also reserved three 4 wheelers. I was watching a DVD movie series called “Alaskan” which shows everything that goes on there during the mining season. You can purchase […]

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Gold Rush season 2 will begin this Friday! October 28, 2011 at 9pm ET Watch on Discovery You can also follow Todd Hoffman via twitter @goldrushtodd I learned so much from the first season. Mostly that it’s a bunch of hard work and having a good team that knows what the heck to do is […]

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At last, the end of the year approaches. The air is cooler and we can now resume gold prospecting activities. First order of business is to have fun! I am going to ride the quad around and enjoy nature’s scenery and relax. I have been waiting months for this day. I won’t miss office life.

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6/20/2011
http://www.npr.org/2011/06/19/137198201/how-gold-turned-the-yukon-into-the-wild-west© 2007, Gold Pan.US

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We came back to Rock Springs in search for more of that yellow metal we saw last time. We now have more equipment and more manpower. We drove our equipment to and from the site with a Polaris Ranger RZR 4 800. It was very comfortable to ride and handled much better than a quad. […]

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Categories: gold prospecting

Looking at the Snow Report widget in the right hand column today, I realized that it is getting to be that time of year when I normally head back out into the gold fields and start prospecting. When the ski resorts begin to shut down for the season it signals warmer weather. Warmer weather equates […]

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Categories: uncategorized, arkansas river, gold mining, henryetta oklahoma, river, salida colorado, sluice

Cripple Creek, Colorado and the surrounding area was the site of the richest gold strike in Colorado and the area continues to produce gold today... But times have changed. Today Cripple Creek is known more for its casinos than for its gold production, although Cripple Creek-Victor Mining continues to operate a very successful open pit mine nearby. But why should the city not capitalize on its past? When it was the World's Greatest Gold Camp there were tons of casinos (along with saloons and...

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Categories: uncategorized, casino, colorado, cripple creek colorado, gold mining, mining, victor colorado

If you are like me and just mine for recreation, you probably have several pounds of concentrates sitting around waiting for their final clean-up. With the price of gold regularly hitting all-time highs, maybe its time to take some of those cons and get them panned out and sent off to the smelter for a nice payday.

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Categories: uncategorized, gold concentrates, gold mining, gold prices, sell your gold

10/13/2010
It's nice to know that just about anywhere you go, there's potential gold to be found.Read the article: belfasttelegraph.co.uk© 2007, Gold Pan.US

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If you’ve ever yearned to mine some buried treasure, you need to learn about the concept of dredging. It’s considered the most effective method of recreational prospecting and it’s gaining in popularity. Simply put, dredging involves using a suction dredge to vacuum gravel from the bottom of a creek bed. For the most part, a […]

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Categories: guides, prospecting, gold, methods

You’re probably asking yourself, “Why would anybody waste their time hunting for gold? After all, the old-timers got it all long ago, didn’t they?” The answer to that is a resounding “Absolutely Not!” The old-timers didn’t get it all. In fact, it is estimated that only about 5 percent of the world’s gold supply has […]

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Getting gold out of them thar’ hills is a little more challenging than it was for the first 49ers. America’s first gold strikes were primarily “placer gold”, literally gold left lying in stream beds after being washed down off mountainsides and other surface deposits. It was easy to spot, and easy to pick up. Panning […]

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When the subject of gold rushes comes up, the first words to mind are often “49ers” or “Klondike”. Yet the first gold discovery resulting in a gold rush, took place some 50 years before the 1849 migration to California. It wasn’t even a gold rush. It was a 12 year-old boy picking up a heavy […]

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Many techniques and technologies for getting gold out of wherever it’s found, have evolved since the first goldrush. The amateur prospector can still enjoy a great deal of fun by panning, crevicing and dowsing for gold. Those with an eye to higher yields or more “professional” operations, might choose another method. Sluicing One of the […]

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Release Date: Oct. 15, 2009 Governor calls for greater protections of the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area (Salem) – In letters to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Governor Ted Kulongoski today called for greater protections of the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area in southwest Oregon. Specifically, the Governor called for the reinstatement of the withdrawal of mining, first proposed by the Clinton administration in 2001. “The Siskiyou Wild Rivers...

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I'm pretty jazzed. My brother and I are planning a trip to do some sunstone mining, though we may decide to go dig up some gold instead if we don't get ourselves organized. The pop up trailer has been checked, and the carpenter ants haven't come back so we should be comfortable wherever we end up. Maybe not super plush, queen size air mattress comfy, but comfortable all the same. I still need to put the hitch on my new rig.Yep, the old van I posted about in my crevicing post from a while back...

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This is the sort of find that makes all that digging in the dirt worth it!© 2007, Gold Pan.US

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