Royal flush
Last Post 04 Apr 2018 07:25 AM by DAVE STJOHN. 4 Replies.
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ARTHUR PEARSONUser is Offline
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27 Feb 2018 08:09 AM
    Has anyone here gone to the " royal flush " claim in New Mexico ? Thanks , Joe.
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    28 Feb 2018 05:03 AM
    I have. It's on a hillside, access 2WD but a bit tricky. Couldn't actually drive onto the claim, but can get pretty close. Old mine shaft there. Evidently the gold is EXTREMELY fine. I didn't see any. The ore they were going after is greenish in color. Like most of NM, there is no water on the claim.
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    28 Feb 2018 09:16 AM
    Thanks Jamin , next time I go up to greyback I will explore it .
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    08 Mar 2018 04:30 PM
    That's what we did. Ended up regretting not spending the time at Greyback. Royal Flush is interesting, but not nearly as productive.
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    04 Apr 2018 07:25 AM
    <p>i was there a couple months ago. the mine has a few open holes and possible sink holes up top. i didnt find any gold. alot of surface quartz. east of the mine is an area that looks to be bulldozed flat. i tried vacuuming the culverts under the road and found nothing. im a nubbie so someone more experienced might have  better luck</p>and the material found outside the mine is biotite
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