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Launched at 0800, surprisingly enough. Nice ride over the Coquihalla, just slightly cool. Clover was smelling good in the sunshine. The Glide breathes nicely at 140kph (they raised the speed limit don't ya know?) Always a good ride from Merritt to Spences Bridge (scenic and winding). Saw a few Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. Up the #1 canyon, Spences …
This is the last three weeks of year # one. We returned to mining Sept. 4th after a fast trip back to Edmonton area. Doug, Elaine and iI took a few hours to walk on my new claim on soverign creek. Found some great looking bedrock on the hillside above the creek but found no pickers in the cracks.. I may do some test holes by the creek next year.
The weather is very cool in mornings and had a couple hard frosts.. It busted two ...
... to Roosterridge for round 2 of camping in the great CARIBOO.
New friends Shane,Darren and Jonathan arrived to check out their claim and explore for more possibilites. We wish you many successful days of mining. "Wow"
Near the end of August Lorraine and myself went to the claim for clean-out day and decided to make the guys homemade soup, good day for it, rainy and cool.
It may seem we are busy with many ...
We returned to bc on july 4th.another 10 hour drive. On the 6th we went down to the claim and pulled dougs old 22 foot holiday trailer down the small road we built and on to the work site next to the trommel..
On the monday and tuesday we finished the big holding pond for water that will supply the water to the trommel..set up pumps at the river to fill the pond. i hauled dirt and rocks to make a ramp that the bobcat would ...
... weren't much of a threat to him. It was on this drive to Whistler when we encountered another near miss lorry-car fiasco. But this time both car and lorry were to blame! we were side by side for a while, competing for first place when suddenly the road ran from 2 lanes to 1 - we were slightly behind meaning mr. lorry assumed right of way and took up the approaching 1 lane - we had to brake hard and pray we would stay on our side of the road. Despite this ...