Jedediah Smith, Mill Creek, Elk Prairie and Gold Bluffs Beach. ... Setting up hammocks on any of the trees is not allowed. The use of hammocks and ropes will damage the trees' bark. ... most of the campsites in all four campgrounds within Redwood National and State Parks will have been reserved months ahead of time.
Given the history of extreme positioning by the hedge funds and the banks (the banks are normally short paper gold – thus a long position by the banks is considered "extreme"), it's a safe bet that at some point in the near future gold (and silver) are set to soar.
The Gold Rush: California Transformed . The World Rushed In . James Wilson Marshall, a moody and eccentric master carpenter, found "some kind of mettle" in the waters of the American River on January 24, 1848. The "mettle," of course, proved to be gold. As news of Marshall's discovery began to spread, Californians rushed to the site.