Thursday, May 18, 2006

Staking property for Gold

April 10 2006 saw filed recording's on two new properties that were staked in the Rice Lake Gold belt of Manitoba Canada, one claim of 96 hectares named Liam and an adjoining claim named Liam2 of 48 hectares.

As a result of prospecting activities prior to and after staking we discovered old prospect trenches and other workings. One trench made on the quartz veins within altered rocks in a shear zone is pictured below.


Early sampling resulted in an assay return of 14.68 g/t Gold from a sample chipped from surface to approximately 3 feet down on the left side of the trench shown in the image above. This sample was taken where the vein material meets the altered host rock.

the owner is happy with this result and motivated to conduct a more detailed sampling program that will include channel sampling and surface sampling organized by a grid.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gold will crash and burn..it's over valued

Robert Freeman said...

I don't think so

The gold you talk about isn't in your claim ... But maybe it will crash in your markets.. who knows..

It doesn't hurt to own it in the ground.
Cheers

Rick W said...

Have You Ever looked for Gold in the Rice Lake area?

Robert Freeman said...

Yes i do.... In fact I work within the Rice Lake area a lot... Are you from there or work claims there?

Let me know... thanks for reading... Cheers!