Several IP survey lines have been completed directly north of La Escandalosa outcropping gold occurrence, 2 kilometers south of the Romero discovery, where the company reported a NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource of 3.1 million tones grading 3.14 g/t gold (see release of Aug 20th, 2012). The first IP survey lines show a strong chargeability anomaly and La Escandalosa mineralized horizon dips towards this untested anomaly which is open at depth and to the north (see http://goldquestcorp.com/images/escandalosa_IS100N-IP-UTM.jpg). Drilling will commence here with a deep rig, slated to arrive in the Dominican Republic in late January.

This states the IP survey (completed) directly north of La Escandalosa outcropping gold occurrence, which is 2 kilometers south of Romero.

This states strong chargeability anomaly as La Escandalosa mineral horizon dips towards this untested anomaly open at depth and to the north.

 

Are the geos suggesting  this untested anomaly at depth and to the north (towards Romero) may be the puzzle piece that connects La Escandalosa and Romero?

I suppose the deep drill will sample this untested anomaly first with share price appreciating nicely end of Feb and into March.

Feel free to correct or comment.

GLTAL