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 By SCOOP

04/27/2018  12:01PM

Spring has arrived in Northern California.
Alleghany’s historic fruit trees have blooms that withstood the erratic weather changes from summer to winter the past four months. How exciting! The ants, yellow jackets and caterpillars are on the move. Natural water still creeps from the huge subterranean ponds. But the gold? What is going on now with the gold?
Pundits on the bullish side shout that it is being manipulated. Pundits on the bearish side rarely say anything. Neither are 100% correct. SCOOP claims a .9999 pure (like gold) opinion. SCOOP says, “It is controlled.”

Most people, and specifically big investors, have little or none. Most gold mining corporations have none. SCOOP excludes the big boys, they have a lock on new supply…..control.

Who controls the gold that was mined in California between 1848 and 1914?

Who controls the gold that was mined in South Africa for decades?

Where is the gold that famously was stacked on shelves in Fort Knox?

Who has the fortitude, time and wisdom or intelligence to answer SCOOP’s questions?
 By SCOOP

02/23/2018  1:06PM

Alleghany is an ICE BOX. Even running water is freezing. The 15 to 24 degree Fahrenheit low- invasion is causing problems as it continues through its second week. Looks like it's here for another week.


Weather! Why does it get so much radio and TV attention? Between weather, sports and every local accident or shooting, news, real news is nowhere to be seen.


Okay. News... all those beautiful apple blossoms are frozen and gone. News...A very important federal brief was dropped off at Alleghany's post office today, heading to Washington DC. News...despite billions with negative heads, Earth is still spinning and the sun still shines.
 By SCOOP

02/12/2018  4:51PM

Alleghany and other parts of Northern California are in trouble. Two beautiful apple trees in front of Sixteen to One office are in beautiful full bloom. Yes it would be bumped crops if only these white and pinkish blossoms can stay strong and hold off old man frost. Survive winter. Last week temps hit record heat but it lightly snowed yesterday. It is only mid-February. Don’t put your sweaters away yet.

Old mining camps and towns are ringed with fruit trees, especially apples. Those miners and their women loved apples. Hard ciders to pies are noted in old diaries. Scoop thinks the camp will be apple less this summer.
Scoop left Alleghany to investigate South America but is back

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