I don't want to beat a dead horse either but I've heard this batching nonsence from numerous sources on so many deals it's just silly. Drill holes are nothing but data, no big mystery . You drill, you get data ASAP so you can determine where to or where not to drill the next hole. Yes in some cases it may be necessary to batch because or the remoteness of an area and the structure is very well understood so maybe you batch 4 holes along a line 25 meters apart. I just don't think we are in that situation and we should be sending off core on a regular basis and getting it back on a regular basis, it almost becomes like clockwork depending on the season. We should have at least 4 assays in hand by now, I'd be very surprised if we didn't. The idea that a Geo is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on drilling but tells the assay lab to hold the data for maybe weeks and weeks and then send it all at once doesn't make any sence to me at all.
Let's get reaping , I'm sick of weaping !!!!