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Last Post 30 Mar 2016 09:26 PM by  ronnie wrinkle
oregon members looking to find others in oregon
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Richard Pluff
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01 Jul 2014 07:19 PM

    in or near Clackamas Oregon area looking for others in or near me to get together with and do some prospecting and locating gold

     

    ARTHUR WAUGH
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    02 Jul 2014 10:45 AM

    Richard-  Don't know if you have hooked up with any of the Portland chapter members or not.  If not, might give Robert R. a call, one of the state directors and he lives up there, contact in the magazine and P&S.

     

    Brownsville is a little far for you, I would think.  (about halfway between Salem and Eugene.)

    Richard Pluff
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    03 Jul 2014 06:54 PM

    thanks did attend a meeting with Portland chapter but missed this month due to knee surgery and club function as to far to go while healing plan on attending more meetings in order to be a member of group have to attend 3 functions or meetings or combination of the other two.

     

    Richard Pluff
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    14 Sep 2014 01:10 AM
    decided on joining up with the southwest Washington chapter in Vancouver Washington a very active group and have become a member of that group, they are willing to help new members
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    17 Sep 2014 07:49 AM
    Good to hear, you will be just in time to be put to work at the show in March.  Sounds like our chapter is going to be there with a booth, hope to meet up.
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    06 Feb 2015 10:14 AM

    Hey Richard,

     Still looking to meet fellow prospectors? I've been prospecting the Molalla river for the last year and have found a little color here and there. Also the little north fork Santiam and the upper Santiam. Found gold at each place. Let me know if your still interested and maybe we can get out and find some gold.

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    15 Mar 2015 11:29 PM
    Anyone on the coast near seaside? New to the area with lots of free time. Would like to know where the local club is or fellow prospectors?
    Richard Pluff
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    11 May 2015 10:09 PM

    sorry took so long to answer you on post a member of the southwest Washington gold prospectors chapter and been busy with the gold show and membership into the club as I am also a board member there to and yes am still looking to meet up with someone near me to go prospecting. my regular email is magicdragon1956@hotmail.com  se if we can meet up in near future

     

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    12 May 2015 06:44 AM
    Brownsville will be up Quartzville on June 7th for our meeting and an outing in the public areas as well as a short cleanup on the GPAA claims there.  Will be meeting at the gravel storeage area on the other side of the creek just past the 20 mile marker.  The bridge is JUST past the mile marker and easy to miss.  I'll be there around 8 AM.  Look for a camo Cherokee.  We are looking into adopting those claims since we are down here and closer to keep an eye on them, and trying to keep them signed. 
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    12 May 2015 07:27 PM
    Arthur,
    I will absolutely try to make it up there to help with clean up and meet some other GPAA members. Am I correct in thinking that dredge season opens June 1st up at Quatzville? If so I may plan on spending the whole weekend up there dredging given I get my permit by then.
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    13 May 2015 06:39 AM

    Since I don't dredge, I'm not up on the dates that anything opens up, but I THINK it is June 1st up there.  You would have to look on the DSL site for the exact date.

    Look forward to seeing you and any others that make it.  The more hands cleaning up, the more time to play in the dirt.  Have found color on 2 of the 3, but not hit the 3rd at all, other than to look it over.  Wire, flake and fines.

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    27 Mar 2016 09:41 PM
    I live in scio,never pan before and I just sign up to gold prospection, I am a local truck driver. I may go out and play this week-end, my e-mail is oldelvis1954@outlook.com
    GORDON SHARP
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    28 Mar 2016 10:30 AM

    you can go up quarts vill above sweet home  there is place up there you can pan

     

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    28 Mar 2016 02:58 PM
    thanks I will most likely go there this week-end
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    29 Mar 2016 05:56 AM

    Ronnie-  The Brownsville chapter usually meets on the first Sunday of the month at 1:30 PM, at the fire station in Brownsville (600 E. Blakely, at the "s" turn heading east as you leave town on the highway).

    This month (April), no meeting as we will be down at Cabella's with a panning demo, then up at the Gold Show on the 9th and 10th.  Next meeting will be May 1st.  Drop by, you are more than welcome.

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    29 Mar 2016 01:57 PM
    art got hold of mt clam libby clame is no longer part of gpaa talk to lincon  chaper thank hope to see you at cabala this weekend
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    30 Mar 2016 09:26 PM
    anyone been panning up at sweet home yet this year, anyone find any color thk all
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