Sunday, December 30, 2012

Prospecting for Gold in Larimer County, Colorado Decided

Christmas is over and New Year's Eve is looming.  In the midst of all the hustle and bustle, we have been awaiting news on the proposed closing of Larimer County in Colorado to gold prospecting.  I have recently received a link to a news page that tells about the proposal and how it was defeated.  You can read about it at. http://www.koaa.com/news/gold-panning-ban-defeated-in-larimer-county/ .
Thanks to Lin Smith for the information link.

Thankfully, we will still be able to find gold in Colorado in Larimer County.  Thanks to all those prospectors out there who took time to attend this meeting and to speak their minds.  We will need to continue to be diligent in speaking out about our rights and wishes to continue prospecting for gold in all areas where we should be allowed to do so on public lands.

Gold closed down again this week at $1656.30. Maybe we will see it to the upside tomorrow for a nice rise before the New Year.

As promised, I will tell you a little bit about the group who put the gold summit on in October.  Their name is Gold-Unlimited and you can find them at www.gold-unlimited.com . Their focus is bringing our prospecting heritage to children and to preserve our rights to prospect.  Check them out.  They have their heads in the right place.

2013 is almost here!  Hooked on Gold would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you and yours a Happy New Year!  Ours looks to be very good.  We hope yours will be filled with joy, prosperity, good times and good friends.  Take care, all of you, and make sure where you are before you dig, and don't dig in the banks.  That's river banks, of course.  LOL!

Good Prospecting to You,
Shirley Weilnau,
www.hookedongold.com
hookedongold@gmail.com
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