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@bslusarchuk@DanO Hope all is well. K92 put out some more grade control drilling results today. The company has now put out a fair bit of grade control drilling on tight spacings at Irumafimpa (the first deposit to come online and now in production). Increasing confidence in continuity as a result of this ongoing program. As we corresponded here late last year as to continuity, mine plan etc I wanted to update you (we didn't have results yet to discuss at that point, but now do). If you're available at PDAC for a meeting, would be great to sit down for a coffee with some of the K92 technical guys around as they are feeling good about how things are unfolding over there. In addition to the production re-start and associated grade control work, they are also preparing to drill between Irumafimpa and the larger Kora deposit (which is 700m away via an underground incline to be blasted).
@DanOHi @bslusarchuck . TY for the update. It is definitely interesting and I plan in meeting you guys (in Vanc) to write about your PNG project but I am not sure if I am going to be able to attend PDAC due to work commitments. I have taken different jobs small to large and I got to go on the field for some of them. E.G. Tomorrow I will have to take the rifle & truck and leave town and go and get a few samples from a valley somewhere up in the mountains. Pls tell us something about your #cobalt co as well.
@bslusarchuk@DanO sounds good although hopefully the bears stay away and the rifle doesn't have to come out on the trip! As to meeting in Vancouver - sounds good. Let's coordinate for when you are back. Should be some more operational type updates out soon, so will be more and more to talk about. As to cobalt situation, I initially got involved in $FCC because of the team that was being put together on it. And, the thought that this team would attract best of class deal flow. That is playing out well as an excellent initial basket of assets have been tied up and there is a lot of additional stuff being looked at every day. Bob Cross is in the mix and he has an excellent network that has been hugely helpful both in terms of projects to assess and also in terms of attracting management/director interest. I am an independent director on $fcc and looking fwd to assisting the company in any way I can. The recent $3 million financing was increased to $6 million (straight share at $0.50, no warrant) due to strong institutional interest - an excellent roster of groups getting involved.
@DanOI had an interesting 2-3 day trip. Uneventful but it was nice to be outdoors. Knee deep snow in places but I found my locations and collected some samples, so all good. I will be heading out to another one soon.
@DanOWithout getting into details right now I agree with @dirkdiggler. I do the same when working with a field assisstant i.e give him the spray but I keep the gun ready. I fired warning shots as well and that worked well when the bear wasn't upset. But I go by myself so many times therefore I take a rifle and ... a can of bear spray. Y
@DanOYesterday I had a firearm mafunction (mechanical) and I had to leave the rifle in the truck and take the bear spray. Not a big fan. I was in the military and I am used to guns. For protection purposes.
@dirkdigglerSpray works great on curious, or stalking black bears - a couple clean blasts can take away its incentive. The problem with spray: when you're working in stormy conditions and a wind gust redirects the spray, sometimes right back in your face - then you have 2 problems to deal with! Or.....when you're faced with a 'surprised' grizzly who will tear a 6' wide swath of earth right through you, spray or not. @Dano, I do the same when alone, especially up the coastal inlets.
anonymous@DanO I had a look for your work on the Nova Scotia gold mines and did not see it. Did you post it? You wrote that would on Jan 25th? Just wondering if I missed it somehow? Thank you https://ceo.ca/~roughingit?e2b52ab1da63
@kokom@Dan0, I was hoping to see you pop up with a review of the Leach Testing. For the life of me, I can't understand how the significance of what appears to be "more" retesting of historical results triggered such a price/volume frenzy. DD tells me past collection methods were not clearly documented, so???? Looking forward to your analysis on Monday. You seem to be the only professional willing to shed light on this brine [?] play. Thank you!
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@DanO@anon I started writing it. Did some research first. It takes time. Then other projects (i.e. the ones that make me money) took over. I did not forget about it. If you are an investor and not a specialist/promoter/involved with one of the cos then send me your name and I might give you 2 sentences that would indicate what to look for. W/O examples etc that I would include in the writing.
@DanOTo be honest 2 nights ago at the hotel I tried to catch up and do some writing i.e. after fieldwork. I was pretty tired but I tried. Unfortunately my neighbors were having some loud sex with her being out of control so I had to leave for the bar :)
@dirkdiggler@Allan. I'm no expert on Li deposits, but after reading @Dano's latest, which is compelling even to the layperson (personal comments aside), your next logical step appears to be a no-brainer: collect a new batch of sediment samples, on a grid across the deposit(s) and run some tests to determine how soluable the contained Li is to H2O? $ION
@DanOYou might find #lithium enriched clays w/o you being able to identify hi grades lithium brines. The way that lithium clays, brines form and their relationship as well as an assessment of the available data I offer as part of my consulting business. And much more.
@DanOThen better not talk too much until dd and deals are done. There are guys that know Europe pretty well (it's not that big) and it won't be that difficult for some of them to figure things out. I visited two countries. None of them Holland:)
@DanO I was thinking in spending a night in Amsterdam though :) but a client from BC wants me back ASAP to fly with me to a location so he can see things with his own eyes. Another one asks me about his NI 43-101 so I have no choice but to come back later next week.
@DanO@BenjaminCox It is financing indeed. Wondering who's going to give 'em money. Meanwhile they will rent a couple of augers and hand drill the subsurface and let the world know. Results will anyway be made available AFTER financing done. Good luck speculators.