The book takes you one step further and provides hints on where gemstones will likely be found where no one has yet looked. One example, is a potentially large opal, agate and jasper deposit found near Douglas Wyoming that the author mapped out using his knowledge of geology and more than 30 years experience in prospecting. Those individuals who obtain copies of the book first, will have a big lead in finding the mother lode this coming summer!
The book was released through CreateSpace, Amazon and other outlets on Monday, October 20th, 2014.
Listen to what some prospectors and rock hounds are already reporting.
(1) One reported recovering 30 diamonds in a creek recommended in the book along with one flawless diamond of 4.92 carats!
(2) Another found several lamprophyres (potential diamond-bearing rocks) and will sample these this coming summer.
(3) Another reported finding ruby, sapphire and gold.
(4) Another reported finding a half-gallon of peridot gemstones.
(5) And yet another prospector found several colored opals with several precious opals.
You can find more about gemstone hunting at the GemHunter website. And if you are interested in prospecting for gold, another book by the author gives similar information on gold deposits.
Now, these were made during the winter - imagine the discoveries that will be made next spring and summer. I can hardly wait to hear more from my readers.
|Gemstones in the rough found along in Colorado by the author. These include pyrope garnet, Cape Ruby,|
spessartine garnet, almandine garnet, Cape Emerald, chromian diopside, picroilmenite and chromite.
|Did you know that pink diamonds were described in the|
Colorado-Wyoming state line district - some pink diamonds
have sold for more than $1 million/carat according to the
Gemhunter. (Above photo taken of fancy colored diamonds
at the Argyle Mine in Australia by the Gemhunter.
|Can you believe it - someone just found a gold nugget in California that sold for more|
than $400,000. Think there are some in Wyoming? Most likely.