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Al78
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Joined: 12 January 2016
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12 January 2016 12:56 am

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.

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Starting to look good
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Last edited by Al78 (12 January 2016 12:59 am)

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#2

M3talmiliti4
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12 January 2016 01:08 am

Wow almost an ounce glasses well done man big_smile


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#3

silver
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12 January 2016 01:46 am

Inspiring A178. tongue


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

#4

dwt
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From: Central Vic'ish, VIC
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12 January 2016 06:38 am

Nice work mate smile


swing it..dig it...wash it...pan it...LOVE IT..

#5

Captain Zero
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From: Creswick, VIC
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12 January 2016 06:47 am

Got to be happy about that! smile

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#6

jethro
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From: North East , VIC
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12 January 2016 07:22 am

nice work.

#7

Ramjet
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12 January 2016 08:43 am

SWeet. Congrats big_smile


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#8

Keen Ken
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12 January 2016 09:39 am

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. lol
28 grams is awesome!

#9

cecc
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12 January 2016 10:05 am

Way to go, good on ya.


Bring On The Color

#10

tryhard1968
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12 January 2016 10:56 am

What a great find..


Currently running a 2300/Z and 705 for my Son. Love the Talbot/Maryborough area. Low and Slow.

#11

Bazz
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12 January 2016 11:09 am

Cool!! cool cool cool

You given the inspiration to start crushing the pile of suspicious rocks that I have been collecting....

Thanks for the share

Cheers


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#12

Coachie
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14 January 2016 04:06 pm

You never know a piece stone will produce, well done, Cheers Coachie.

#13

Potbelly11
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14 January 2016 05:06 pm

I'd be heading back for some more of that!! yikes

#14

Phoenix76
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From: South Burnett, Qld
Joined: 02 December 2015
Posts: 129
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14 January 2016 05:38 pm

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.

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