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BigAl



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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 7:20 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Hi Gold Patriot, my partner and I had not had a chance to get started mining on this claim before the Forest Service chose it for bat habitat, The tunnel is over 2300 feet long, and we know of significant deposits around the 1500 feet area, the drift has been caved at around 600 feet since the 1950s, but my partner was in the mine as a kid with his older brother, and saw the deposits. So once we can get in there we have a lot of work to do before we reach the deposits.

I appreciate the suggestions in your post. Thank you, Big Al
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BigAl wrote:
Hi Gold Patriot, my partner and I had not had a chance to get started mining on this claim before the Forest Service chose it for bat habitat, The tunnel is over 2300 feet long, and we know of significant deposits around the 1500 feet area, the drift has been caved at around 600 feet since the 1950s, but my partner was in the mine as a kid with his older brother, and saw the deposits. So once we can get in there we have a lot of work to do before we reach the deposits.

I appreciate the suggestions in your post. Thank you, Big Al


My only point I wanted to make is, that every effort you would normally would have done, every piece of equipment would be spending time to find and employ, inclusive of the time you would have had to clear the shafts and tunnels, should be recoverable.  Remember, you had plans to make the mine operational and profitable, but for the damn government.

Stay hard my friend and don't cut the government one inch of slack.

Den


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