To Peter out

๐—ง๐—ผ ๐—ฃ๐—ฒ๐˜๐—ฒ๐—ฟ ๐—ผ๐˜‚๐˜ when something peters out it has stopped, or come to an end.

The phrase arose in the American goldfields during the first half of the 19th century, when the two principal methods of mining gold were used.

โ€˜Placerโ€™ mining, which had been known since ancient times, was the easiest because nature had already done most of the work, eroding and leaching gold-bearing rocks into a fine powder, or into nuggets which could be separated from the alluvial deposits in prospectorโ€™s pans.

The another method was known as โ€˜lodeโ€™ mining, in which the gold had to be extracted from solid rock.

Peter is Greek for rock, and can also refer to a vein of ore. When a seam had been worked to exhaustion and revealed no more gold, it was said to have โ€˜petered outโ€™.

Peter also obtains itโ€™s name from the saltpetre of the explosive in the gunpowder used to extract and break up the gold-bearing rocks into a workable size.

P.S: authenticity is gold, lies only vibrate purity into dark doors.

Squirrel Away

๐’ฎ๐“†๐“Š๐’พ๐“‡๐“‡๐‘’๐“ ๐’ถ๐“Œ๐’ถ๐“Ž means to put (something) in a safe or secret place especially so that it can be kept for future use

Squirrels bury good quality nuts either in one place or in scattered nodes. They can determine the quality of the nut by the weight, so they do know when itโ€™s hollow, eaten from inside. Also they strategically remember the location stores due to their episodic memory and are able to discover 95% of their stash, those missed stores thankfully turns into a tree (yippee)! They are actively found collecting nuts during autumn to sort their winter hood demands.

And these nutty beings are so smart that if they become aware of any other presence lurking, they then deceive by digging a hole and burying a nut..well in reality they hide the nut in their mouth cheek to then later bury it elsewhere.

P.S: “find me in future” – is the note ๐Ÿ“ we leave in our stores..