Ready Bullion pay found

While Gary was visiting our Upper Bonanza claims I let him run the dozer a bit.  He found that digging permafrost is impossible.   I had been pushing a bit of thawed mud off every few days all summer.  About 100 feet behind the dozer in this picture I finally got through the ice and mud and found some of Ready Bullion Creeks pay gravel.  It is not an easy thing as it is covered by many feet of frozen muck.  I guess that has kept it safe for all these years.  I am pretty excited to mine it!  This years season is finished so it will need to remain hidden for another year!P1010150

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About moregold1

I have been involved with mining and related industries, since about 1982. My father liked prospecting, so my brothers and I went on a number of prospecting adventures, when we were young. I first visited Alaska in 1982, then mined there in 1983. I have been involved in different ways with mining in Oregon, California, Nevada, Guyana South America, and of course The Yukon Territory.
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