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Gold Show Road Trip!

Gold Show Road Trip!

Take the Family on a Road Trip for the 2019 West Coast Gold and Treasure Shows

The GPAA’s 2019 West Coast Gold & Treasure Shows offer individuals or families a great opportunity to load up the car and have some of that memorable togetherness you only truly can get with a good road trip. The gold shows and the cities they’re located in offer loved ones the chance to experience everything a good vacation should have — tasty food, adventure, recreational activities, and a lot of time in the great outdoors.

If you have a week and a half available for travel, you can take in two shows, enjoy the open road and take in all the sightseeing along the way. If you have all month, you can take in all four shows, which fall along a linear path with plenty of sites, claims, and gold to see!

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Road Trip! Gold & Treasure Shows head East

Road Trip! Gold & Treasure Shows head East

GPAA's Sam Servetter takes us on a road trip through all the best gold spots east of the Mississippi all the way up to Ohio where the Gold & Treasure Shows land October 27th!

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Gold Mining in Idaho: Then & Now

Gold Mining in Idaho: Then & Now

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Road Trippin’ between Gold Shows

Road Trippin’ between Gold Shows

Las Vegas-to-Boise trek offers opportunities to break out the pans, detectors

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Jan Rasmussen, Ph.D. to speak at Tucson Gold & Treasure Show 2/17/18

Jan Rasmussen, Ph.D. to speak at Tucson Gold & Treasure Show 2/17/18

We are blessed to have Dr. Jan Rasmussen grace us with her presence and knowledge.

The GPAA Gold & Treasure Show seminar series will not be one to miss for our Tucson 2018 shows. We are blessed to have Dr. Jan Rasmussen grace us with her presence and knowledge. She boasts an extremely accomplished career, as one of the top economic geologist in the western states and a mentor. 

Jan Rasmussen, formerly Jan Wilt, earned a Ph.D. in economic geology from the University of Arizona in 1993 under the direction of John Guilbert and Mary Poulton. She then went to work for Woodward-Clyde as a geochemist/stratigrapher/economic geologist on the Yucca Mountain project in Nevada. Jan’s work there was recently published in the 2015 Geological Society of Nevada symposium volume.


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