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Author Topic: Hello from down under  (Read 5309 times)

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Offline Tricky

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Re: Hello from down under
« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2008, 01:15:03 PM »
Hi Tricky, my name is ron and iam interested in going to Australia and try mining with heavy equipment, such as a back hoe and gravel truck ect; Do you think your friend with the old minesite (where you found the patch of nuggets)would be interested in making me deal to dig around then mine the property.I can bring workers and money for machinery to go mining.PLEASE CONTACT ME BY  EMAIL [email protected]

Hi ron The Gent who owns the property is not into mining and the area is protected by quite a few different statutes that would not allow open mining again.  Unfortunate but that is typical for the south australia area.  Erverything is being held up by the greenies.

Offline Eu_citzen

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Re: Hello from down under
« Reply #11 on: December 08, 2008, 02:22:21 AM »
Dang at 42 degrees C I'd fall off dead! <~ShOcK~>
The hottest I have ever experienced it like 37 degrees C.. And I thought that was to hot! :'(

Ever tried your luck on opals? I have some Australian opals.. Love them!
I also have some relatives down under.. They say it's a lovely country.
But it's to dang hot for me.. Gee, 42 C. <~ShOcK~>

Enjoy your stay mate,
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