SEASON IS ON!!!

Hiya all. The mud is almost gone and this weeks coming snow should not be a blizzard, I hope. The weather is just going to be wild, so plan for the unpredictable vacation. Adventure awaits and rockhounding gives you treasure to return with.

It’s official, Kokopelli opals will be open in June, if not on Memorial day weekend itself. (I will be gone a couple days across there). Final details will be posted on the website. http://kokopelliopals.com/ The fee is going to be 125 a day to start, no limit on your finds. Tailings at this point are more prospecting the faces still. I have a bank there producing a pine cone an hour. From the actual pit the opal resembles the Royal Peacock Mine more than the Bonanza. Opal evaluation for cutting and treating of specimens are going to be offered by Brent (who used to run the Peacock fee dig) when he shows up to spend some time with us. The plan is for it to be attended all summer and I will fill in when they can’t be there, but until then you can still hire me for the day. My rates apply to the job being hired for. 2 diggers minimum to go mining or the claim/seminar tour.

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The winter team working the tailings.

Author: Swordfish Mining

Howdy, Howdy y'all. I'm John Church from Denio, Nevada and Swordfish Mining Virgin Valley Opal on the web at www.virginvalleyopal.com. I'm a precious opal mine owner, fee dig operator, prospector and claim salesman, craftsman. I'm a 50 something opalholic who actively is working here. Much more about the opals and me on the website as I have been living here and mining opals for 2 decades. Please come to Swordfish Mining for your Virgin Valley Opalised wood pictures, information, rough, and gemstones.

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