90 Degree Turn

First time I've seen a river make a perfect 90 degree turn. The moss you see is on solid rock that goes very deep into the river.

Hole 2 Day 5

Here we go... My sluice, that's sitting above hole 2, is the level of the river on the other side of the bar.

Hole 2 Day 4

It seems like everyday I get less done than the day before. There is a very good reason why I am digging this way. #forcedtobreakthelaw Like I mentioned in a previous post, my body is broken. Where I started digging, I was digging across instead of down. With my bad back and knee, this is... Continue Reading →

Letting the Silt Settle

Sorry about the flare. Regulations are tough in these parts. This isn't part of the regulations, just trying to keep the rocks from being slippery. Its good for test pans too. None of my mud from walking around gets in the river either.

Hole 2 Day 1

I went down to the river yesterday. I figured with it just drizzling, I should at least go move some rocks. There is always rocks to be moved. It took me an hour and a half to get to the river. I was surprised to see that the water hadn't really risen after the rains,... Continue Reading →

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