« Last post by pascalfortier on Today at 07:04:22 AM »
Were they aware what they have done was bad in BC?
« Last post by kcm on Today at 07:02:35 AM »
Yep, all seems well in the world again. GPEX is open for business!
« Last post by diamond jim on Today at 06:55:46 AM »
I would put small batches of that in a water-filled bucket and stir it around with a magnet, and try to remove all the magnetics first. Hope you post some pics of the flour, Mark.
« Last post by Top Cat on Today at 06:42:37 AM »
I had the same problem > Page Not Found.
I gave up trying > Seems OK now !!!
« Last post by Top Cat on Today at 06:40:10 AM »
It appears they don't respect your generosity when you told them they could work your claim. Unfortunately you are responsible as the claim holder . I bet you will never see them again .
There is always a few A$$ who spoil it for others.
You're dissolving your graphite?!? Geez, never saw that one coming! What other anode materials have you tried?
« Last post by SDHillbilly on Yesterday at 10:01:01 PM »
Here are some pics of some bars I tried to pour a couple of days ago.direct smelt of some high grade ore About 42 lbs.no assay yet but nice gold color. Not the best but I can melt again . Ipsumo, it's not much of a system yet 5 gallon buckets but i just learned the graphite plates do dissolve in my solution when i electrowinn. Hard to melt So now I must use different material for anode .
« Last post by mcbain on Yesterday at 07:21:34 PM »
Hi guys,Buddy working a claim on the fraser gave 5 buckets of black sand to a friend.It is loaded withfine gold he could not separate.I am going to run the stuff threw the washer matt and see what I get.I got a feeling I will get some nice powder.Let you all know when it is done.Luck Mcbain.
I was curious how yukon job market is looking...kijiji classifieds- $ 300 per day camp cook! Cooking for 4 to 6 people !
Indeed job listings keep emailing me to apply as a mine inspector. ..I guess I shouldn't have exaggerated my years of employment
« Last post by mcbain on Yesterday at 07:06:06 PM »
Well the snow is finally gone and so are my Yukon campers that spent the winter on my claim in six feet of snow in a tent.They cut down and burned all the standing timber for 200 ft in all directions.All big green fir and hemlock.Hope the forestry does not try and pin this on me.Not my doing.Can not stop campers from doing as they please.You could drive a logging truck in there where I as a prospector am only allowed a foot path??