Thank You and What’s Next

The adventures of Oro and Paula Cas continues.

Oro Cas Reflects

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I want to start this post with a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has taken an interest in my site. The recent growth of my likes and follows is incredible and I feel very fortunate to have so many people that have taken time to pay attention to my blog.

Once again THANK YOU all !!!

On to what’s next.

Over the past weekend it was decided to bring back an old friend. Our first internet radio show took place Sunday night after a long 3 year absence. Before that we had spent 5 years on Blog Talk Radio producing a variety of shows including a trucking show and also a gold mining show.

Our audience at the time numbered well over 280,000 from 18 different countries and was growing rapidly but we had to put the whole thing on hold in mid 2015 for personal reasons.

Today we…

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NM Memorial Means to Murder Wild Horses

Straight from the Horse's Heart

Unedited Report from The Taos News

“A Senate Joint Memorial wants the U.S. Department of Interior to better manage a growing wild horse population even if that means euthanasia and unrestricted sales to people who might haul the animals off to meat-packing plants in Mexico…”

The memorial is sponsored by Sen. Pat Wood, a Republican from Broadview, New Mexico, who represents Curry, Quay and Union counties.

New Mexico’s Wild Horse’s Fate?

More than 50,000 wild horses now roam public lands, and too few people exist to adopt them all, according to a legislative analysis of the bill.

The memorial asks the federal government to “follow the federal Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act and utilize all of the management tools provided in that act, including unrestricted sales and euthanasia, to achieve ecologically sustainable wild horse and burro populations. Additionally, this memorial encourages Congress to restore funding to that department to…

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Stories From Gold Camp

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Join us, April 30th at 8pm edt on Oro Expeditions And Then Some… as Oro Cas And Miss Paula along with some of their new found friends from Coker Creek, Tennessee, regale you with updates on Expedition ’13’s adventures from gold camp, stories from the Eastern Gold Rush of the 1800’s, and the government’s plans to shut down all gold mining operations in the state of Tennessee by the year 2015.

You’ll be caught up in the natural wonders of our National Forests, regaled with tales of the ‘old days’ and angry at one more attempt by the government to force us out of the wild areas of OUR state and national parks.

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If you’re ever in or around Coker Creek, Tennessee be sure to stop in and see Bill and Marsha at Bill’s Pit Stop of Coker Creek. Tell ’em KDCL Media sent you.

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The New 49ers Pay A Visit To Oro Expeditions And Then Some…

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Tuesday, March 12 at 8pm est, Miss Paula and Oro of KDCL Media sit down for a conversation with Rich Krimm from The New 49ers Prospecting Club.

Rich will be discussing underwater suction mining techniques that will be used in California this year.  A loophole has been found with respect to the current dredging moratorium and our members and other miners in California are going to take advantage of the technique.

We’ll also be talking about the proposed dredging moratorium in government committee in Oregon, and the environmental impacts of this form of mining.

He’ll also give us the 411 on The New 49ers Prospecting Club of Happy Camp, California, and all the great things in store for the coming prospecting season.

Oro and Miss Paula talk about their adventures prospecting for gold and gemstones.

And Then Some… covers the issues facing the recreational and pick and shovel miner in today’s environment.

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