Still a little concerned about the narrow intercepts. In mountainous terrain, narrow high grade veins can appear and disappear. Their next round of drilling will be really important to prove the continuation of the formation.

(cut and pasted from RBW website)

Drill hole GV-12-04 intersected 17.3 g/t Au (0.51 oz/ton) and a preliminary silver grade of 65.6 g/t (1.9 oz/ton) over 1.9 metres between a depth of 4.7 to 6.6 metres as reported by Rainbow January 2. One sample in the interval returned an over-limit silver grade (>100 g/t). Current re-assaying will provide a precise silver grade as the initial assaying procedure could not determine silver values above 100 g/t. Hole GV-12-04 also included a 1.2-metre intersection between a depth of 29.2 and 30.4 metres (>100 g/t Ag) that is being re-assayed for a precise silver grade.


Hole GV-12-03 returned 2.4 g.t Au and a preliminary value of 34.1 g/t Ag over 2.7 metres at a depth between 25.9 and 28.6 metres. Again, this interval included an over-limit sample (>100 g/t Ag) that is being re-assayed.