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Last Post 24 Mar 2015 07:46 PM by  ANDREW GONTER
Stanton 2015
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ANDREW GONTER
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22 Mar 2015 05:22 PM

    Hello all,

     

         I signed up for the Stanton outing and was wondering if anyone can give me a heads up on what to expect.  I will be camping and very new to the gold prospecting field.  I know I will learn alot there and can't wait for that.  If anyone can let me know what I should bring since I will be camping that would be great.  I go out camping alot but not for anything like this.

     

    Just looking for some advice and can't wait to meet alot of great people.

     

    Andy

    Tim Leibel
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    22 Mar 2015 06:04 PM
    When you get your packet from the main office it will have a list of suggestions to bring. I might add, bring lots of buckets. You are going to be on a great claim and may want to work by yourself some or bring some pay dirt home to work with. I have heard that Stanton is prime metal detecting country. And if Kevin Hoagland is giving his metal detecting class you will learn a lot. Stanton is his home territory so he will be able to point you in the right direction to head out. A camera, you will have a blast and want some pictures to remember it by.
    ANDREW GONTER
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    23 Mar 2015 09:31 PM
    Thank you Tim.  I will for sure bring a few buckets with me.  I will try to get a detector before then, it seems to be the best way to find a little color.  I signed up for the 5 day trip so I hope to learn a lot.  I am just excited about this and ready to learn as much as I can.  I can see this thread is getting a lot of views just not many people want to post, but its all good.
    Gary Whited
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    24 Mar 2015 06:56 PM
    Andrew the Sierra Vista Motel in Congress, AZ is very small with only four rooms but has very hot water and is clean and well kept. I stayed their a couple of weeks ago and was pleased with the value. It is very remote from Phoenix but close to Stanton if you need a break from camping.
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    24 Mar 2015 07:46 PM
    Thank you Gary I appreciate the info
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