Thursday, September 8, 2016

9/8/16 Report - 18 Ounce Gold Nugget Found. A New Tropical Disturbance In The Atlantic. Remarkable Artifact of Twin Towers.

Written by the TreasureGuide for the exclusive use of

Two Atlantic Disturbances
Summer is past but hurricane season isn't over.  According to Noaa, from mid-August through mid-October, the activity spikes, accounting for 78 percent of the tropical storm days, 87 percent of the category 1 and 2 hurricane days, and a whopping 96 percent of the major (category 3, 4 and 5) hurricane days.

In addition to hurricanes we often get some good storms in the fall.  I remember some in both October and November.  November to February is often a good period for storms and beach detecting.

The surfing web sites are predicting a surf no higher than two feet for the next week or so on the Treasure Coast.

As you can see from the map above, we now have a new tropical disturbance by the West Indies.


A California prospector found a rare gold nugget that could be worth more than $70,000.

Oscar Espinoza, of Modesto, told Gold Prospecting Adventures he'd been searching in nearby Woodscreek when he found the t-bone steak-sized nugget...

Espinoza found the 18-ounce nugget on Tuesday in Jamestown, California, which is now expecting a modern day gold rush.

Prospector Showing 18 Oz. Nugget In
Unique Manner.
Here is the link for more about that.

Thanks to Dean for sending me this link.

Here is remarkable bit of paper stuck to a piece of steel at the site where the Twin Towers fell.

Bible Pages Fused To Steel Survive Twin Towers Disaster.


Notice the list of popular posts that I listed on the main page.  You might want to visit some of those if you missed them or revisit them.

In some cases, the farther you get from your childhood, the more clearly you see it.

I don't have much time today, so that is about it.

Happy hunting,