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On Colorado City sprees Bob bragged of his as yet undiscovered bonanza in Poverty Gulch. Transient prospectors who might have followed him to Cripple gave up the idea when they heard him declaiming in his cups. Only one miner, a Cornishman from Central City named Henry Cocking, joined Bob in this period. Cocking staked a claim in 1881 at the highest point of Bob's float trail in Poverty Gulch, and drove a short tunnel in iron-stained rock. He found nothing. He stopped two feet short of a vein that later produced $3,000,000.
His glance fell on a piece of gray stuff about nine inches long and three inches wide. He dismounted and picked up the rock and examined it. " Float is rock broken off of an outcrop by erosion, then carried downward by flood water. Exposure to air makes the float lighter than the outcrop from which it came, just as wood gets light when no longer a part of the living tree. Holding the float in his hand, Bob turned his eyes upstream, hoping to spot the outcrop from which the float had broken. He knew there was no visible outcropping because he had covered the stream's drainage area hundreds of times.
Most of them threw packs together and rushed for Mount McIntyre. Not far behind them were people from Leadville and Fairplay and Alma. Meanwhile the two prospectors, Locator Bradley and Surveyor Miller, arrived in Canon City full of smiles. They did not object, when they had their black loam assayed, to public Page 24 announcement of the results$2000 worth of gold to the ton! The wonderful word spread over Canon City and raced beyond to Salida and Pueblo and Denver. The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad agent called a meeting of Canon City merchants and freighters.