Thats impressive. I personally was wondring if this has legs. It does.
G-12-32, the first hole of the 2012 program, intersected a 66.0 metre wide interval which averaged 1.5 g/t Au and includes a higher grade 42.9 metre wide interval averaging 1.9 g/t Au. The majority of this intersection is contained within an exceptionally wide interval of QFP dyke. The hole was planned to test a portion of the mineralized system at the relatively shallow vertical depth of 125 metres and is located approximately 100 metres above hole number G-11-27, which had a 75.1 metre interval averaging 2.4 g/t Au (see news release Nov 2011).