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Ricky Adams
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23 Mar 2020 06:56 PM
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Burt C Greenfield Jr
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24 Mar 2020 05:10 PM
Hi Steven; My name is Burt Greenfield and I live is Stratmoor valley I am a member of GPAA.
Where do you live in Colorado. You can email me at prospector_41@yahoo.com. So we can get together and talk about Gold.
24 Mar 2020 06:30 PM
Steven,

The Homack claim markers may have fallen over or have been taken. Lots of people in that area. Lots of shooting at one time, don't know if it is still like that though.

The Arkansas river can be good. Flour gold is normal so you should not get skunked. A good place to start out is the River Bridge campground. It has parking, camping sites and restrooms. If you are just going for the day you will have to pay. It was $8.00 dollars last year. Take small bills. If camping you need to call and reserve a spot first.
The claim is big so you may find a place down the road to pull off if you do not want to use the campground.
During spring runoff the river is very dangerous. It is a very popular for river rafters as well.
Good luck.
Scott
Steven Boesch
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26 Mar 2020 02:33 PM
Scott,

Thank you for the information.

When I was up at Homack last year I did see three vehicles in the parking lot and several hikers but did not hear any shooting. Maybe that has changed. The north side of soda creek road has many homes and they may have something to do with it.

Thanks again,
Steve

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29 Mar 2020 10:36 PM
Exxactly Bill
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