I have included a link for those of you interested in building your own rocker box. A rocker box has screen for classifying material near water. It has a sluice type construction that water runs down to further classify material. The box containing these elements is rocked while water is poured at one end and runs down to the other.
In an earlier post I drew a very rough drawing of a rocker box I built – included were some photos.
This PDF set of drawings provided by The Minnesota Gold Prospectors is very detailed and very good. Click the link below and download the plans. It’s free!
Sometimes you develop small ways to save money. Over the years I have done a few things that seem very cheap at first, but can save quite a bit of dinero over time. 1. Make auto plastic rivets by using anchors and screws
2. Make cloth hangars for the back of pictures and hanging crafts.
3. Making hangars from aluminum pop tops.
Find directions at this article on thrift. http://john000.hubpages.com/hub/Three-Easy-Household-Tips-Using-What-You-Have-Around-the-House
People develop different habits for trimming the budget. One man’s saving habits could mean treasure for another. In sharing these ideas, an individual can maximize the chances of success in saving. I have seen so many great ideas on blogs and article webs that I decided to write an article about 3 of my quick and effective fixes that save a trip to the store.
In this article, learn how to make two different hangars for wall hangings and a fix I use on auto splash shields that have torn loose. I think you will enjoy this http://john000.hubpages.com/hub/Three-Easy-Household-Tips-Using-What-You-Have-Around-the-House