Gold Panning Alaska part 1

Gold Panning Alaska part 1

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You’ve probably learned this by now, but you need to keep your dredge nozzle in the water. Air in your hose causes inconsistent flow in the sluice. Might be a reason for not getting much gold.
Been there 2017, hope you had better luck than I did. My brother and I drove a camper to the bridge. He kept saying there is no way this road goes to Peterville, lol. It was funny driving there. On the way back when you pass like the only 2 house's they had put up a speed bump! Not much there, no town.
Yes. It's beautiful Abraham. Too bad it was cloudy those days because Mt. McKinley is in the background. We're heading up to Tofty this summer, near Manley, Alaska . Check-out "Yukon Men" to see the new road being built to the Yukon River. Movie to follow.
Truly stunning countryside. I'm on my way!
Really cool video.  Just wondering, is the guy talking in the video high or drunk?
I am in South Texas planning my annual trek to your beautiful state for Summer 2014. If I bring up some hot weather can I come up and play? Please?
Let me know. I'm a good ,hard working rancher that hates Obama. :)
just something for next time level sluice and you will keep the gold if you notice your sluice is leaning that's why the gold was all on the one side of the sluice , and if anybody wants to get on my new virgin land gold claim let me know im renting space now
e.mail please
im looking for a partner to pan gold in alaska,do you know anyone ??? thanks
We're heading up to Central area this summer. Steese Highway out of Fairbanks. Will direct, produce and film part II then. Stay tuned. Thanks.
does he remind anyone else of Austin powers
well if they don't want to know i would,,,,,,, so how about it?
you guys are wasting a lot of time for a little gold if you contact me i will tell you where it is and you will know it when i tell you what i cant figure out yet as to why you guys have not figured it out yet but i will give you the info free
Remeber that white truck that went across the creek and headed upstream i little? That was me and i got about .5-.75 of a pennyweight, how about you?
Hey...I have some gold in my teeth, is that worth anything? Who does the weighing in of all the gold? Do ya use like a fish scale?

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.