|One of the first gold discoveries in the Rattlesnake Hills - a deposit that was named Lost Muffler after I left the muffler to my 1975 Ford Bronco on the outcrop getting into UT Creek.|
|Goat Mountain Tertiary instrusive into the greenstone belt rocks. In foreground is|
one of several gold-veins found by the author.
|My map board sitting on one of the gold-bearing stockworks I found in the district.|
|Colloform volcanogenic massive sulfide consisting of pyrite mantled by|
chalcopyrite in a magnetite matrix discovered by Conoco Minerals in 1979
and quickly and quietly withdrew from public land by the US Forest
Service. This is similar to the United Verde massive sulfide deposit.
|Looking for gold - the author in 2012 searching for the mother lode|