Sunday, 01 May 2005 06:32 | Las Vegas, Nv.
will be visiting your mine 27th and 28th of June...looking forward to it.
Thursday, 28 April 2005 09:56 | Santee, California (San Diego East County)
I will be visiting in May 2005 and can hardly wait.
Bruce J. Rioux
Wednesday, 27 April 2005 08:47 | Burlington, Vermont
I saw your mine on the Travel Channel! I thought it was great!
Wednesday, 27 April 2005 05:42 | Florida
Moving to Oregon in 2 weeks and we're hoping to make a stop on the way to do some opal hunting! We can't wait.
Tuesday, 26 April 2005 09:13 | South Africa
Hope to see you soon.I am visiting in Portland , Oregon.
Tuesday, 26 April 2005 01:23 | New Jersey
saw your mine on the travel channel
Monday, 25 April 2005 14:48 | Pahrump, NV. about 60 miles N/W of Las Vegas
wow, this is going to be a great family adventure! I cant wait to go here
Monday, 25 April 2005 14:26 | Utah
My fiance watched your show last night..We have another dream now. To visit your mine, to have fun and of course to dig..
Monday, 25 April 2005 05:09 | Hawaii
I've been to the mine twice. Had so much fun. Looking forward to visiting again this year.
Sunday, 24 April 2005 15:19 | Orange County, CA
Great Mines to dig at!! Take lots of water, sunscreen and something to sit on. It gets hot! I have been to the mines 3 times. It's not easy to dig. It takes a lot of work but I found something every time.
Wednesday, 13 April 2005 08:29 | Michigan
We are planning to be in the area in June and want to visit the mine. Do we need to make reservations?
Monday, 11 April 2005 22:47 | Michigan
My friend and I went out there last year and stayed for a couple days to dig. It was great finding some high quality black fire opal, but if your going, prepare to work your but off. The clay banks are unforgiving. If you think you're going to just chip away and find opals you got another thing coming. This is real work and it gets very hot. Bring a sharp pick, pleanty of water and a foam pad to sit on. If you want to look like someone kicked your _ss, don't take something to sit on and see what you look like after your done. Oh, wear gloves! It's a lot of fun and if you can get out there to dig, go for it. It's worth the drive. The owners a fantastic and it's very beautiful out there. Good luck.
Sunday, 27 March 2005 08:06 | florida
My wife and I saw a show on the discovery channel about your mines. We would love to plan a vacation to visit the mines. It looked like a lot of fun.We would love to get some info on vacation packages. Please e-mail us back with some info or web sites where I can get some info if you have the time. Thank you.
Friday, 25 March 2005 08:11 | Kirtland, New Mexico
Great show. How For in advance to make reservations. And to find out how to sell what you find. Planning on visiting in June.
Wednesday, 23 March 2005 10:10 | texas
saw your program on the discovery channel. will be in nevada on vacation in june. looking forward to visiting the dig site. willphone for reservations.
Monday, 21 March 2005 15:39 | Kirkland WA near Seattle
I am looking forward to a dig, good site and information.
Curtis and April
Monday, 21 March 2005 10:56 | Escondido, California
We are excited to be coming out in July for two days and spend some adult time together and to have fun. Looking forward to meeting you and others.
Friday, 18 March 2005 04:18 | Eagle River, Alaska
We plan to visit the mine in late May or early June 2005. What are the temperatures during the day, ie, morning, noon and evening? Are your RV spots normally booked up in May and June? If so, what is the closest RV Campground to the mine? Thanks for the info in advance and it's been a long cold winter here in Alaska. Mike and Nancy
Mr.& Mrs. Larry Sears
Wednesday, 16 March 2005 04:54 | Washington State
Hi Do you have any info on what to do with or how to sell the opals , if we are lucky enough to find some.How much in advance do we need to make reservations?Thank You and Have a Great Day . Hope to see you this summer .
Wednesday, 09 March 2005 18:26 | las vegas
looking foreward to visiting your mine this summer, also want information on selling raw opals.
Sunday, 06 March 2005 05:03 | massachusettes
what was mine production last year? what is weather like temps. rain, etc. for the months the mine is open? thank you, hope to see you this summer sincerely, wayne
Tess Wolf VonRokkenhausen
Saturday, 05 March 2005 09:40 | Calif
Saw you guys highlighted on the Travel Channel.....can't wait to visit!
Friday, 04 March 2005 18:47 | Ca.
Plan to visit late summer?
Friday, 04 March 2005 14:26 | New York
We really enjoyed the presentation on the Travel Channel,and look forward to visiting the mine.
Friday, 04 March 2005 10:43 | ca
are children 13 and older alowed?
Friday, 04 March 2005 08:58 | destin florida
i have seen your program on travel chanle twice and i would love to come out west and see this wonderful place. I own a barber shop and asked everyone if they heard of you to no avail. I was able to get info from a resorceful travel agent that lived in your area befor moving to fl.what is the best time of year to come that way .I have never been futher west than New Orealns. the heat is no problem for me being from fl.I have a fear of sevaer thunder storms though. please send me any and all of the info you can we will plan our first vaction in 9 years to come to your mines . I cant wait .yeah!!
Friday, 04 March 2005 07:31 | North San Diego County
I am planning a trip to your mine. I intend to stay at the State Park nearby. I would appreciate any advice on the weather. You said that the mine is open May thru October, I believe. I recall that you said the opal is in moist clay. Beyond the usual digging tools, should I bring several wash tubs and grading screens to find the opals ? My RV carries 185 gallons of fresh water, but I assume that you have water and a rock shop on the property ? I too am interested in the odds, but being a rockhound I know that the rockhound who moves the most dirt usually gets better results. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Friday, 04 March 2005 06:45 | southern california
I am wondering what the odds are in finding an opal? how many tons of rock and dirt you will have to move to find one opal????? or is it hype.................
Friday, 04 March 2005 02:53 | Casper, WY
My husband and I saw your program and were speechless! We are trying to plan on coming there sometime this fall. Thanks for the program we had no idea!
Friday, 04 March 2005 01:42 | Reno Nevada
I told my sister and her husband about Royal Peacock and we are planning a trip there this year. We are very excited about our trip. Hope to see you soon.