Soulis Joe's Lost Mine by Gary Collins

By Gary Collins

Embedded in a rock in an imprecise, pristine brook within the wilds of Newfoundland is a mythical quartz vein. the tale of the vein and the wealth trapped in it's famous, yet its situation has eluded six generations of Newfoundlanders. The resource of the legend is Soulis (Suley) Joe, and the valuable steel trapped within the vein is silver. alongside the Trans-Canada road in Newfoundland, simply west of the turnoff to Benton, is a brook known as Soulis Brook, which flows out of Soulis Pond, the second one significant pond named after Soulis Joe, an intrepid explorer whose identify is recorded forever on previous Newfoundland maps.

In the summer time of 2008, author Gary Collins teamed up with Allan Keats, a great-grandson of Soulis Joe, and so they got down to unearth the key of Soulis Joe’s misplaced silver mine. After many weeks and months spent combing the island of Newfoundland, Gary Collins figured it out. Come alongside for the journey and notice the site of Soulis Joe’s misplaced Mine.

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