One more beautiful sunsets in Arizona. These heading west from Globe, Arizona. It’s uphill east to Globe from my little mining town of Superior, Arizona. But heading home it is pretty much downhill – approaching the Queen Creek Tunnel (1952) provides a great sunset view on many an occassion.
This is my pomegranate tree. To the right are my Vinca. The flower box has a number of flowers that are heat resistant.
Sounds like something I might like. Is this kinda like the Nugget Bucket?
When I saw the pyramid Pro Pan I thought that would be a great piece of equipment to add to my inventory. I thought that it would be great to use in places that you can not use a dredge or a sluice box. Places that only panning is allowed or even in a location that the water is low and running to slow to operate a sluice. I thought that it would be a great item that you could use in those hard to get to locations that you may have to hike into, its light weight and fits in a backpack. I was in a location that only panning was allowed and there was some very nice gold and panning is just a very slow method, I was thinking I need something that I can move a lot of material in a relatively short period of time. I had…
View original post 227 more words
The cacti in the the New World Desert Collection of the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley are in stunning bloom. How have I missed this in past years? The flowers are gorgeous! All these photos were taken during my visit on Sunday, May 5th, 2013. If you live in the San Francisco area, I recommend heading to the gardens to see these! And, remember, this Friday, May 10th, is National Public Gardens Day. For more information, see my post… This Friday! National Public Gardens Day.
Having moved through the learning curve about how to prospect for gold, this information will undoubtedly help newbies find a place to go. Knowing where to go to get started in prospecting is very important. For your reading enjoyment:
View original post 110 more words