I figure the assays coming out of Bayfield's property indicate the gold and silver is too deep to mine and on top of this there really isn't any tonnage to speak of to warrant a mine-!!! Anyone agree ? at .35cents a share it should be shorted- I've been watching the daily trading for the last while- I think the principal is sitting on a beach somewhere -at a few thousand shares a day nothing is really going on ! I notice too that on the TSE that buyer and seller show as 1- a private seller-recent activity shows # 1 private seller is probably the principal owner of Bayfield which shows a bias to sell !