Spent 5 days in Leonora a few months ago, this is the only piece I found. Was a bit disappointed at the time, but I finally crushed it up today and was pretty happy with the results.
Starting to look good
Last edited by Al78 (12 January 2016 12:59 am)
Wow almost an ounce well done man
GPX 4500, Xterra 705, pick, shovel.
I hope ya find what ya lookin' for
What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".
Nice work mate
swing it..dig it...wash it...pan it...LOVE IT..
Got to be happy about that!
If you start at the bottom there is only one place you can go.
May the seven pillars of goolu be with you at all times.
Touch the Frog.
Garrett At Pro, XP Deus, CTX 3030, pin pointer. Oldest find 1807 halfpenny, oldest silver 1854 threepence.
Fantastic find, how could you be disappointed finding a specimen like that on your first outing?
Best specimen I ever found had only 1 gram in it.
28 grams is awesome!
Way to go, good on ya.
Bring On The Color
What a great find..
Currently running a 2300/Z and 705 for my Son. Love the Talbot/Maryborough area. Low and Slow.
You given the inspiration to start crushing the pile of suspicious rocks that I have been collecting....
Thanks for the share
Slushie / Rocker Box
You never know a piece stone will produce, well done, Cheers Coachie.
I'd be heading back for some more of that!!
Nice one A178. Can you tell me what was the host rock and what method did you use to crush it? Looks like you did a pretty good job on it.