aI want to gold pan; I want to strike rich. Iave been searching for a stream of gold. Itas these fortunes I never win that keep me searching for a stream of gold. And Iam getting old. I keep searching for my stream of gold; and Iam getting close.a If those words sound like a common refrain, donat despair. With this newly compiled and expanded edition of Jimas previous three bestselling gold-panning guides to BC in your library, youall know where to find streams of gold all over BC. Jim Lewis has been gold panning all across this province, and now heas sharing his fortune and spilling the motherlode about which creaks pan out. Each creek is well described and accompanied by clear directions and maps. In addition to disclosing his most treasured tips and tricks, Jim teaches you how to read the river and summarizes the mining history of each region. From what time of year to head out, what to bring with you and what to watch out for, Gold Panning in British Columbia covers the basics and beyond. You wonat need a rainbow to help you find a pot of gold.In 1877 there were fewer miners working the creek; however, the yield of gold was very good. By this time ... When he did clean out his sluices the following year, it was found that he had underestimated his gold recovery by a fair amount.
|Title||:||Gold Panning in British Columbia|
|Author||:||Jim Lewis, Susan Campany|
|Publisher||:||Heritage House Publishing Co - 2013-08-25|