This post is to show all of you interested in the Pay dirt we are selling on ebay that it is not purchased from the Home Depot. We had not figured it would be so popular and we were getting close to running out so the wife and I had to go back to the mine and chip at our mound of pay dirt. We got six buckets and we are going back next weekend with the Dozer to break up even more so we can handle the popularity of our dirt. Thank you all, those that purchased and those that are just browsing. And remember it is not Home Depot dirt(sometimes i wish it was).
This picture is a typical day of running pay dirt that is about a quarter ounce of gold if we run all day. Lots of people ask me the question, “Does your Mine Pay for Itself?” I always answer with,”Heck no no it does not pay for itself, but my family and me sure do enjoy being out there mining either rain or shine.” I cant put my finger right on the exact reason we like it out there, maybe its working together, or running equipment, or playing save the puppy with my daughter(there always seems to be a puppy stuck in a tree). I guess all of this can be summed up into to two words, Gold Fever, and we all have it. People always use the term gold fever in a bad way, but that is not really what it is to us. Everyone gets gold fever a different way, some cant get it at all. My family and me are running a fever of 104.0 Degrees, and we don’t need any doctor to look at us. A few more sunny days would be nice though.