[PDF / Epub] ★ Lost Gold: The 100-year search for the gold reef of Northwest Nelson By Paul Bensemann – Online-carhire-spain.co.uk

Lost Gold: The 100-year search for the gold reef of Northwest Nelson As A Young Man In The Mid S, Paul Bensemann Was Told An Archetypal Lost Gold Story By His Neighbour, A Tobacco Farmer In The Motueka Valley On The Edge Of What Is Now Kahurangi National Park The Story Concerned An Old Prospector Who Had Found A Huge Exposed Gold Reef, Shining In The Sun, Deep In The Mountain Wilderness Of Northwest Nelson Just Before He Died, The Prospector Drew A Map, And To Paul S Amazement His Neighbour Then Produced An Old, Tatty, Hand Drawn Map, Which Had Been Handed Down To Him From His FatherSince That Meeting Paul Has Spent Over Years Trying To Unravel This Untold Story, Linking Many Different Characters And Their Often Obsessive And Always Secretive Efforts To Find This Very New Zealand Treasure The Search Was Originally Triggered By Government Geologists Who Found A Huge Quartz Reef In It Has Since Been Pursued By Many Different Prospectors, From Bushmen On The West Coast To FG Gibbs, A Prominent Early Nelson IdentityLost Gold Follows The Many Twists And Turns Of This Year Old Story, And Tries To Explain Why The Reef Has Never Been Rediscovered But In The End, Whether Or Not The Reef Exists Is Only Part Of The Story, And Perhaps The Bigger Treasure Here Is The Real Tale Of Men In Pursuit Of Their Own El Dorado

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7 thoughts on “Lost Gold: The 100-year search for the gold reef of Northwest Nelson

  1. says:

    On my KonMari kick to get rid of the excess items in my house, I went through the pile of books that people had lent me This one came from my mother and, as it is about Karamea where we used to live, I thought I should have a quick flick through it before I returned it to her.Well, my quick flick actually turned into an afternoon lying on the couch reading the book from cover t

  2. says:

    Every so often a book drops into your lap that captures your attention immediately and holds it right through This is one such book It was given to me as a gift by my mother due to our family having a connection to the story The tale of an alleged lost gold reef in the mountainous country up behind my hometown of Karamea, New Zealand has often been told to local people with an interes

  3. says:

    Bensemann perfectly captures the urgency of the situation and the pressure felt by F.G and Trevor, so much so that I had trouble sleeping after reading for a mind whirring with missed ridges, storms, rival teams etc Fortunately, I finished this book in two days, so this was not a huge issue As a geologist with an interest in ore deposits, I found the rock descriptions sound and well research

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