Persistence (Part 1)

THREE FEET FROM GOLD

One of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat. Every person is guilty of this mistake at one tie or another. An uncle of R.U. Darby was caught by the “gold fever” in the gold-rush days, and went west to DIG AND GROW  RICH. He had never heard that more gold has been mined from the brains of men than has ever been taken from the earth. He staked a claim and went to work pick and shovel. The going was hard, but his out for gold was definite.

After weeks of labour, he was rewarded by the discovery of the shining ore. He needed machinery to bring the ore to the surface. Quietly, he veered up the mine, retraced his footsteps to his home in Williamsburg, Maryland, told his relative and few neighbours of the “strike”. They got together money of the needed machinery, had it shipped. The uncle and Darby went back to work the mine.

The first car of ore was mined, and shipped to a smelter. The returns proved they had one of the richest mines in Colorado! A few more cars of that ore would clear the depts. Then would come the big killing profits.

Down wen the drills! Up went the hopes of Darby and Uncle! Then something happened! The vein of gold ore disappeared! They had come to the end of the rainbow, and the pot of gold was no longer there! They drilled on, desperately trying to pick up the vein again-all to no avail.

 

GUESS WHAT THEY DID! -> continue reading in my next blog

 

Carina Beger

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P. S. Break through to the next level 

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