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... which were easy to carry or build on-site. Placer (pronounced plasser) was relatively easy and was also known as "panning for gold". Gravel from the stream bed or bank was gathered in a pan along with water to wash it. It was shaken back and forth to clean it and so that the heavier gold would gravitate to the bottom. Then the miner would go through it, removing the gold and dumping what was left.
Placer mining became less profitable by the ...
... shelter there is sponsored and maintained by the RAF (Recreational Aviation Foundation) folks and is the "Hilton" of pilot shelters. Plenty of room to tie down your airplane on gorgeous grass, pitch a tent and cook out in the shelter!
I didn't get as early a start as I should have this morning after getting the airplane packed, stopping for fuel, and yacking with John and Trisha (RAF folks) at their hangar on the way out. ...
... quickly petered out, but there was a ridgeline above that was pretty easy to follow. The ridge slowly turned into the banks of a dry creek bed which eventually opened up into what looked like an old logging operation.
The area of operation was pretty spectacular because they had replanted a lot of pines and there were tens, if not hundreds of thousands of baby trees all around me. On either side of this wide valley were tall ridges that ...
... where I gassed up. Proceeded southeast on 287-12 to Townsend, turned due east on 12, hoping to find the perfect stopping point somewhere in the Helena National Forest. There was a road, Forest Road 1583, south from the summit that took me back in the Helena National Forest, up a steady climb. I could not stop, for around each bend was more fantastically ...
... smiles soon turned to grimaces and coasting to desperate peddling as the road went up and down like a yo yo for twelve miles. What a great wild camp site though at Cedar Creek. A swim in the creek, noodles, pasta and tea, and bed at eight pm should mean we're on top form to endure and be broken by the crippling days ahead. + Day 14. Tuesday 26th August. Cedar Creek to Holland Lake. Oh god. Cedar Creek to Holland Lake absolutely buried us. Up and down - mostly up - all day plus ...