a. Of or relating to hot magmatic emanations rich in water.
b. Of or relating to the rocks, ore deposits, and springs produced by such emanations.
Golden Girl Mining Company “GGMC HARDROCK” Hydrothermal Lode Claim is now available for sale or lease option to buy.
Located in Plumas County, this vein is the untouched “lost vein” from the Chinese mining era. The first Chinese, like many other immigrants to Plumas County, arrived about 1850 as a result of “Crazy” Stoddard’s Gold Lake myth. Diligently working the stream-bed gravels spurned by the white miners, immigrants eked a living, mostly using cradles, pans, and sluices. By 1880, their numbers had increased to make them the highest percentage of gold miners in the county. Towns were built up in the hills’ and some remnants of these towns can still be seen while exploring the area.
The lower tunnel, which is shown in pictures, was the original vein. The Chinese mined this vein until it disappeared. In reality, it did not end. As a matter of fact, during the The Paleozoic Era, tectonics caused major uplifting all over the earth. Moving and shifting the hills into the form we live in today. This particular vein was ripped apart, and the rest of it was shifted up, but not too far away! We found it!
While building an access road in to several placer claims we owned, Golden Girl Mining Company uncovered this untouched vein. Range 0110E E 1/2 of the W 1/2 of the SE 1/4 W 1/2 of the E 1/2 of the SE 1/4 MT. DIABLO MERIDIAN GGMC HARDROCK has been sampled, tested and assayed, and I have processed some of the raw material myself. IT IS LOADED WITH GOLD, TESTING IN SOME AREAS AT 6 OUNCES PER TON OF ORE! (See assay report)
Samples proved up to 6+ ounces of GOLD per ton