Page 1 of 4 pages
(30 stories)

ken McCamey's story (15 December 2014)

contributed by Kimmidog
(contact Kimmidog about this story)

In 1966 I met my second cousin Ken McCamey in Perth Australia. He explained to me that he was working as a geologist searching for iron deposits by flying over the vast Pembrook countryside. They narrowed down the possible deposits by noting special plants that grow on iron rich soils. He explained that as far as he knew this was one of the first times plant associations were used to find minerals. He found a number of valuable iron deposits the largest of which was named McCamey's Monster.

Is this story rude, offensive or defamatory; spam; or not about and/or of the place? If so, Report it