Sanders Lost Ledge of Gold in Central Arizona

Sanders Lost Ledge of Gold in Central Arizona

The story of an army soldier named Sanders and his discovery of gold on a ledge above an unnamed creek in central Arizona.

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  1. @christopherhall550 on March 21, 2024 at 8:26 am

    Very good, what happened to the gold that the ranch hands found?

  2. @polymathperspective on March 21, 2024 at 8:28 am

    The canyon is called Coon Creek and the trail is called the Coon Creek Trail 124. In this canyon is remains of ruins

  3. @Mr.Caring on March 21, 2024 at 8:43 am

    🎉🎉🎉🎉 sad not sad.. you tell me

    🎉❤😢🎉🎉❤🎉🎉❤🎉🎉❤🎉😢❤🎉🎉😢we are made in HIS image
    A good prayer:
    I’m a sinner JESUS please forgive me for all my sins I know you shed your Blood for me on the cross at Calvary. Thank you JESUS for my salvation and for shedding they Blood for me. I love you JESUS.
    Romans 10:5/10 ct…❤️k
    If you’d like to call someone who cares
    bc you don’t know when you’ll die?
    .y r u hesitant…….

  4. @rudolfyakich6653 on March 21, 2024 at 8:44 am

    Always interesting.

  5. @jamesf4405 on March 21, 2024 at 8:45 am

    Outstanding video!!

  6. @andyamysarizonaadventures5450 on March 21, 2024 at 8:53 am

    Makes you wonder if anyone has run a metal detector around this cabin.I enjoy these stories in Arizona particularly ones that end in ranch hands rounding up cattle and stumble upon something.I used to work at the big copper mine in Bagdad Arizona a couple years back and spoke many times to a hual truck driver in his 80s that when he was very young worked on a nearby ranch.He told me about them rounding up cattle and back then the amount of interesting stuff they would find ,vast amounts of native American riuns and even some on top of a Mesa that looked like Spanish forts,areas of hillsides still striuned with artifacts .Great story thank you

  7. @michaelwashington1585 on March 21, 2024 at 9:22 am

    There is a lesser known treasure story about the 15 stagecoach robberies in Yellowstone National Park in the early 1900’s that is interesting. The total take was supposed to be around $40, 000 most of it burried and never recovered. A man named Edward Trafton was arrested. There are several newspaper reports from a paper called Big Timber Pioneer from Big Timber Montana.

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