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Jennifer Bond

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  1. Excellent article...... https://www.kellycodetectors.com/pages/metal-detecting-as-a-tool-for-ptsd-recovery/ Jen
  2. Hi peeps... anyone else here running a Heckler Fabrication 2410V trommel? I've had a Heckler 10" x 10' 4 stage (over under) high banker since 2011 and love it, just picked up one of his trommels, anyone else running one? Let' share tips n tricks. https://www.hecklerfabrication.com/2410_V_PortableGoldTrommelWashPlant.html Jen
  3. .........right into an area swept with a detector.
  4. Jennifer Bond

    Another Mystery Target

    Looks like my joke about a glass eye wasn't too far off.. lol
  5. Jennifer Bond

    Another Mystery Target

    You found someone's glass eye.
  6. This one is designed for 30 ton per hour... according to Heckle's web site.
  7. Here's a video of this actual unit running a sampling run up on a buddy's claim in Idaho, gold shown at the end.
  8. lol... you're two steps ahead of me.
  9. I hear ya..... the other big one I saw like that had a little belt out front to take away the tailings, that made it easier for a single operator... might be worth putting on yours. Yes true, I have a lot of clay and calichi here so needed the extended trommel tube to help break some of it down. Here's a video...
  10. oh SWEEEET.... I was torn between having him build me a commercial size drywashwer/blower like you have or running wet, luckily I have access to water so decided on running a wet plant..... I wish we had more options for big drywashers like yours, nice build.. Jen
  11. Jennifer Bond

    Most EVO's in Stock

    Please make sure to let us know when you have the 25" mono in, it'll be a perfect compliment to the NF-25DD I purchased from you a bit ago (great coil by the way, especially if using on a push). Jen
  12. Thanks for the update Frank... Jen
  13. OHMYGAWD!!!!!!!!! Never met him but sure read lots of his posts... that sucks... what a crap bit of news... wow.... thanks for letting us know Fred.... Guys (and gals).. .we're not here for a long time.. make it special. PS: Was it expected, his pictures makes him appear fairly young. Jen
  14. I couldn't agree more.... what's next... "Crushing your black sands to get face paint gold" sheesh
  15. Jennifer Bond

    19 ounce monster

    You're welcome Dean.... Jen
  16. WOW... had a serious blond moment on the weekend, sharing in the hopes it saves you doing the same... LOL I own several parcels of land in various rich areas and have had an ongoing issue with ATV'ers (that I won't get into, answer questions about etc here). Well this weekend I thought I'd try out the new Kubota and decommission one of the roads through the property (yes, I know they can go around, I"m giving them an indicator it's private land, I have no false beliefs it will stop them, this is one step in many that the Sheriff and I are taking to resolve this issue).... well as I was preparing to dig, my neighbor says to me "where's your detector"... I'm like "At home, today is a Kubota day, not detecting day silly" TOTALLY failing to make the connection that if you dig a hole in gold country for ANY reason, you don't walk away from it without swinging coil.... and went about my business..... within an hour of finishing, I watched two people (Yes, I know who you both are and I'd recommend taking Don's advise re what he said to you when he saw you loading up, you didn't see me like you told him, but I did see you, the Sheriff has both your names (J & W and photos of your ATV/bike and tread patterns..grin)...you were both vapor trails by the time I'd got to where you stopped, I didn't know a Suburban with a trailer could travel so fast..LOL) but I digress. 🤣 I get home and am chatting with a friend... and of course hear... "Did you check the trench before leaving?" OK.. now I'm really thinking "dang..." so it was late, I left it.... and went back the next morning..... It's wild having swung on ground so long where you have to listen so hard to every little faint sound "is that a nugget, is that one" to squeek out one or two and then go to a freshly dug trench, step down into the trench of virgin dirt and BLAAAAAAAAAA BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BLAAAAAAAAAAAAA blowing your ear off like it would have been for the old timers with the first detectors... Yea, I guess I'm calling SD and early detectorists old timers now.. lol. Anyway... the moral of the story... if you are playing on your tractor in gold country..... "Don't walk away Renee", you may be leaving almost 4 grams behind for trespassers to find.... lol Jen IMG_6940.mov IMG_6946.mov
  17. The nuggets can't hide from me now... today I added an 84" box scraper to start taking the surface off and find more of those beauties.... times like these are when I love having an 8' bed for the truck (the other item is a Bobcat auger for putting fence posts in on the property) Jen
  18. Tell me you didn't really call it the "G Spot"? OY VEY!!!! (in my best Jewish princess voice)... Doc you crack me up.. I can't imagine the full on domestics you're about to fire up when wives walk into their living rooms and happen to notice the Google results when their prospector husband does a search for "G Spot Scoop"... it ain't gonna be pretty..LOL Jen
  19. Some have asked what Kubota I purchased and what attachments... it's a Kubota M62 with a 12" bucket for trenching, a 24" bucket for larger trenches/moving dirt into the plant and a ripper for calichi breaking.
  20. K, I'll give you that one. If you were local, I'd definitely help you out where I could. Jen
  21. To you as well Matt... and I mean that...to both of you... It takes a good team to drag a mini ex up that canyon and get out that kind of gold (one of your first video's I saw)... you both have my respect..have had for a long time. Jen
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