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Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« on: May 14, 2007, 05:41:21 PM »
Hi, Dave aka Shiver!

Thanks for the personal invite to your fine forum ;D

I'm going to enjoy this place.  I love the Great Northwest...no doubt...but the raw beauty of Canada is unequalled.  So glad you are my "neighbor" to the north.

And I'm looking forward to meeting more Canadian neighbors as we gather around our favorite topics:
above and below ground gold for the suckin' or pluckin'. [!!DANCE!!]

Later!
Megan Rose

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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2007, 11:26:52 PM »
Hello Megan and thank you for following my invitation! :)

Since we're here, I'd like to ask if you'd mind sharing with us, a little about your books and CD's and where they could be purchased.

I look forward future correspondence.

Thanks again for joining us & happy hunting,

Dave

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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2007, 10:07:53 AM »
Welcome aboard ClickTheYellowChick!!!

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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2007, 06:41:38 PM »
Hello Megan and thank you for following my invitation! :)

Since we're here, I'd like to ask if you'd mind sharing with us, a little about your books and CD's and where they could be purchased.

I look forward future correspondence.

Thanks again for joining us & happy hunting,

Dave

Thank you Dave, for that warm Canadian welcome!  That was a neat thing to read.  'Preciate it!
Sure, I'll talk about myself and my kits and CDs for a spell.  [&whistle#]

Let's take care of the short part of your question, okay?  The where they can be purchased?
That would be the publisher: Pen Press in the USA.  Their website is: Pen Press Presents Ms. Megan Rose, and her above ground prospecting kits and CDs  They are open daily except for Sunday, and are Mountain Daylight Time since the main office is based in Idaho now.  Ms. Nancy Stone is the office manager.  They are my exclusive distributor and have been in business for 23 years now.  The office phone number is  208-722-7722   
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The first thing I want people to know about myself is how I've tried to focus on and make available to ordinary folk, male or female, young or old, citified or rural the truth about the absolute abundance in the westernized/industrial world of discarded above ground gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, tantalum, copper, etc.

Not only is this stuff above ground, big enough to see and recognize, it is abundant, and cheap, and already purified once, so that it's purity is pretty much a given.

That is why I created my first kit...Thrift Store Prospecting Gold Kit originally released in summer, 1990.   That kit, as of just this last week, now is sporting a brand new CD as an included bonus that comes with it.  The bonus is my proprietary step by step Gold Nitric Process for the small footprint gold hunter.  The written manual is constantly updated, and now in its 16th printing.

You see, Dave, I've NEVER forgotten the absolute THRILL of finding my first colors in a goldpan, back in the woods of Southern Oregon back in 1988.  So, I appreciate the effort, and the joy of SMALL gold.  I just wanted to find more of it.  I didn't know about metal detectors back then, and altho' I own 4 now, still don't know much about how to use them.  So, I figured I'd never be beeping big'uns, so I better learn how to find small gold and do it regular like.  Oh, and I had to find it pretty much in the city, no less, since I couldn't always get time off to go galavanting to So. Oregon and goldpan!  :o

I appreciate small, consistent gold that I find in my gold pan so much, I went back to the city and tried to figure out where gold went after others mined in quantities, thinking maybe I could pick up their droppings, if I could just find 'em.  Man, but did I EVER find those droppings/leavings/scrap/discards!!!  WHEW!   That is when Dave McCracken of New 49er's discovered me and featured me in his 1991 Modern Gold Miner and Treasure Hunter feature section.
I'll always be so grateful for him and his support almost 17 years now.

It is my belief, if one follows the steps in my Bonus CD with that Kit Manual, they can easily harvest sellable gold in the US$ amounts of about $30 per day, if they follow my specific steps.  That's a wonderful, doable goal.  And that's just focusing on one discard category, Dave!  And all for under $20 per troy oz cost when all is said and done!  There are 112pg, lots of color illustrations, 7 pages of stuff I've PROVEN gold is in or on and I've gotten off economically, plus a concealable gold tester, a baggie of teaching samples, the full-color CD, and introductions to 11 ways to harvest discarded gold.  As a small footprint / blueprint specialist, I am very good in 7 of the ways.  The others, I only dream about doing since they are out of my league.
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Then, in about 2002, I decided to tackle the research question: do we throw away platinum like we do gold in industrialized countries around the globe??

 I had a sneakin' suspicion that answer would be yes, which is why I pursued the self-designed research project.  Again, I was startled to find another screaming yes answer to that Pt question.   So, I got busy and wrote up: Platinum Recycling Made Easy kit about above ground, discarded platinum. 

I revealed for the first time ever, to the small footprint/blueprint platinum bugs outside of academics, the step by step chemistry required to segregate and harvest rhodium, platinum, iridium, palladium,  and gold in that order-- all in a timed sequence and with specific powders, etc., to get 'em separated and into sellable form.

It's about 80 pages, with color illustrations, too, and a sample baggie, and a portable test stand duplicate to what I always haul around with me.  It contains 6 pages of lists where I've proven platinum can be found and what to do with it when one does find it.
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Then in 2003, guys/gals who have the catalytic converter fetish  lol!!!@* started yammering at me to help them with their platinum capturing dreams.  Back into research mode I went, and came out in late 2004 with the kit "Keep the PLATS from the CATS for YOURSELF"  That one has about 78 pages, not counting the 25pgs in the Cats' flip chart of sizes and shapes of catalytics, plus another 22pages in the FREE supplement I call: Q&A with my most successful customers", and don't forget, it too, has the requisite 4 types of Cats' practice samples always found tucked into my kits, too.   

So, if one has a "cat converter fetish", they should plan to buy the Plat kit and the Cat kit, since I made sure there was NO overlap in information, since it wouldn't be fair to those who had already bought the Platinum Recycling Made Easy kit 2 years earlier..
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My other CD is a nifty little homemaker/retiree/highschooler in need of spending money concept called "Gold Nibbler(sm) CD"  In it, are my step by step photos for nibbling gold from electronics and how to prepare it to ship to me for the 1x FREE TEST for yield and payment and improvement suggestions.  The chemistry test I perform on each CD buyer's first batch is about a $60 value.  And I'm happy to throw that in for up to 1# initial sized batch of Nibbled Gold(tm) sent in by a customer.  Then I email back the results with the money, and wait for the next batch.  It is a great starter kit since there is NOT A SHRED OF ACIDS used nor recommended in this Gold Nibbler(sm) CD.
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I've also created a tantalum recycling kit and a silver harvesting and refining kit for any interested in that. 

If I've forgotten anything, just ask.  ???  I'll do my best to come up with the proper response.

I hope this isn't too many words, Dave.  I tried to be brief.  Let me know if you want me to redo this post, okay?

Thanks again for the warm welcome.  I look forward to my next trip to Canada shortly.  I understand there is a cool river up on the Canadian/Idaho border.  Hope I can get my feet in the water.  Nothing like cold clear water on a hot summer day for a gold prospector.

ClickTheYellowChick

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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2007, 09:26:03 PM »
Welcome aboard ClickTheYellowChick! Hope you will enjoy the forum and looking forward to reading more from you. :D
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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2007, 01:56:43 PM »
Hiyas Yellow  well seeing theres so few of us Alberta Gold Panners around I figgured Hey at least I'll welcome ya  LOL I post mainly in the general Forum but peek here from time to time ...I love your comment about Small Gold  LOL Up here in Central Alberta we live small gold  LOL but hey small or big  its all colour ..

Dave AKA  Snowspider LOL
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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2007, 09:22:59 PM »
A newbie here from Ontario, saying WELCOME to you YC! ;D  Nice to see you got here just before I did. 8) Looking forward to reading your posts in here Meg!

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Re: Thanks for inviting the YellowChick, Dave
« Reply #7 on: March 04, 2012, 07:30:24 PM »
Welcome aboard ClickTheYellowChick! Hope you will enjoy the forum and looking forward to reading more from you. :D
   I think this is my first post on this forum  - - -  your books look powerful interesting, I'll have to check them out and see which ones to buy. If you REALLY want to get cooled off (re swimming) you will want to go to Nelson B.C. and dip your toes in that lake, I think the water temperature is about 32 degrees farinhiet, in the middle of summer......I tried it once and only once!!!!!!


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