Double Eagle Mining Company
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Oregon Sunstone Mining - Double Eagle Mining Company
Note: These picutes are compliments of John and Debra at Double Eagle Mining and Faceters.com.
Above: The high Oregon desert.
Above: The high Oregon desert, home sweet home for the summer digging season.
Above: Breaking ground at the Double Eagle.
Above: Big pile of rocks.
Above: The pit.
Above: The pit and the flow layers.
Above: Screening the big stuff.
Above: Shaking and screening the smaller rough onto the sorting table.
Above: Sorting the rough.
Above: Ahh, so… found one. Yep, that is a six shooter.
Above: The pit.
Above: Red/orange to green Sunstone.
Above: The same stone as above, only on the green axis. This mine is producing some of the strongest orange/red to bright green/teal/purple color shift Sunstone I have ever seen. Really beautiful material.
Above: The beasts working the pit.
Above: Checking the pit.
Above: The pit is getting deep enough to reach the main Sunstone bubble/flow.
Above: The real boss is checking up on the miners.
Above: The boss and the 148 carat red/green/purple Sunstone.
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