Take 180 East towards Sanger, turn left onto Oliver Ave cross over the new 180, turn right onto Rio Vista. The church will be on the right. This meeting we will be celebrating 15 years. So come and join us.
Well we had an outing at Second Chance (Road 600) last month. While it was raining like cats and dogs in Fresno it was clear up there. There was plenty of water for sluicing and a lot of rocks to look under there was some gold found. Water was ice cold but once you had your hands in there for a while you didn’t feel anything. Weather is starting to get really good for Ace Of Spades in the desert; we will be looking into making plans for an outing out there if you are interested please drop us a line on the club website.
We hope this covid thing dies down and maybe we can get back to some sort of normalcy and get together and have some fun. The Board is trying to come up with ways of making some money and to have more outings.
We have not been able to get to CVP1 and check out the fire damage, I’m sure once we can get up there we will need a working party to clean it up.
Magnetite- Magnetic iron ore, being black iron oxide containing 72.4% metallic iron when pure.
Grizzly- A grating (usually constructed of metal) placed over the top of a chute or box for the purpose of stopping the largest pieces of rock or ore.
Hematite-An iron oxide mineral, one of the commonest ores of iron. When pure, it contains about 70% metallic iron.Igneous Rocks- Rocks formed by the solidification of molten material that originated within the earth
"All that glitters is not gold"
This phrase comes from an old proverb dating back to ancient Roman times during the gold rush it referred to fools gold, which is bright and glittery in the pan, but is worth nothing. Today it means that even if something looks good, its possible that it’s not.
Central Valley Prospectors is an Official Chapter of GPAA. You do not need to be a member of GPAA to join CVP and we charge no dues. We are a non-profit (501-c-3) small mining and prospecting club. CVP is dedicated to providing education and increased public awareness of prospecting and mining, as well as lots of fun. We own our own claims and provide outside programs for various groups. We welcome all ages, including families with children.
There is a fairly common misconception about a trap or catch-that it must run across a creek. This is not true! Any truly successful sniper or dredger will tell you that they get some of their best gold out of crevices which run the same direction as the stream. Crevices like this that have a tight “V” shaped bottom and have rocks tightly jammed into them, form a natural sluice box.
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