I was just browsing through the GQC website and stumbled upon a presentation I had not seen before. Apparently it was prepared for a Toronto Geological Discussion Group in December which makes it much more up to date than the general Corporate Presentation on the website. It contains some very interesting technical slides and information.  For those of you who have not seen it, go to "Investors Centre".."Discussion and Video" and you will find the PDF version. Some of you may be interested in a few technical observations..for what it is worth..here goes..

Slide 7 - note the flexure in the thrust fault to the west ,southwest of the Las Tres Palmas property (LTP)...the LTP is at the nose of a thrust in the hanging wall where dilational fracturing will be maximized..ie..lots of conduits and space for gold / copper fluids to intrude and become "trapped".... or uplifted and exposed by ersosion ( a favoured structural position for many ore bodies)

Slide 19 - note the magnetic anomaly swings east-west around Romero suggesting a flexure co-incident with the thrust fault of slide 7

Slides 20-21 - gold and copper surface samples follow the magnetic east- west trend.

Slide 22- the new IPSurvey is clearly laid out to cover this east-west trend from Romero...GQC mentions the east-west trend in its last news release and have hinted at it previously with some outline marks on their old IP survey....but this slide clearly shows how committed they are to chasing this geometry.

What this means is that we have added to the Romero target area  a potential east-west strike extent  of approx. 3 km..... in addition to the approx. 3 km north-south trend already identified towards Hondo Valley and La Escandalosa...at depth.... Happy New Year!

Exploration is exciting stuff! Piece by piece the geometry of this deposit will be tracked down and quantified. More assays on 9 holes due in early January.

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