Back in the 1860’s, just outside of LDMA Stanton Camp, is the famous “Rich Hill” that stands so picturesque. The base below the mountain was an area that gold nuggets the size of potatoes were being unearthed. This area, the basin, was dubbed “the Potato Patch.”
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“There's something about coming back to a place you know you'll love,” says Robert. “If certain members had a great time at a destination, they want to return because they're confident they'll have a good time. They've discovered certain activities, local allure and people and experiences they'll enjoy there. Gold is all over!”
How would you feel if you were running good gold bearing material, and not getting any pickers when you are in material known to have pickers? The material tests proved it only days before. Now, the fines were great, but where did the pickers go?
Yes, we all say, when I have time one weekend, I’m going to run the buckets and get my gold. I know it’s in them. Or better yet, “When winter comes, and I can’t go prospecting, I’ll do all my cleanups. It will give me something to do.”
Many people join the Lost Dutchman’s Mining Association because it gives them great access to gold bearing property and very inexpensive camping rates . . . while enjoying life and hunting for gold, gems, treasures and more.
If you love to camp, then LDMA is a great choice, especially for long term camping. A great choice if you want to stay at a single camp for up to six months before moving on to your next destination.