1/3/19 | 112 Foot level
Grab Sample Assay work
In December of 2018 samples were taken from the ribs and ceiling in five separate locations at the 112- foot level within the NE trending drift extents. All the samples that were taken were easily accessible for myself and an assistant to chip off the Hanging wall or ceiling. Samples were sent to Hazen Research, Inc. in Golden, Colorado, all of which returned phenomenal assay results. Results presented in Table 1.0 are from Analytical Report 18M03328. Too say the least every sample was very easy to access and grab. Tools used to obtain these cut and grab samples include Hammer and chisel, electric hammer drill and electric grinder, sample bags and all Proper Protection Equipment. These samples are the second samples taken by the current operator of the Bates-Hunter mine, BH Mining Company.
Sample 1: 112-001: 1 foot down the east drift on the south rib 1-3 feet off the ground.
Sample 2: 112-002: 18 feet down the east drift on the ceiling of the southward trending vein that dips below the 112 level a few feet in a 2-3-inch grey vein
Sample 3: 112-003: 18 feet down east drift and another 10 feet down the southerly vein on the ceiling in a 1-2-inch-wide grey vein.
Sample 4: 112-004: 44 feet down the east drift on the south rib about 1-2 feet off the floor.
Sample 5: 112-005: Less than 1 foot down the east drift on the south rib (very close to sample 112001, but a little more over the skipway) 2-3 feet from the floor. (as we were leaving the drift, we thought it couldn’t hurt to grab another sample close to sample 112-001 because of how pyritic the rib looked)