now, what i know about mining you could write on a stamp with a four inch brush, but could not the working be opened and a couple of local blokes who know the terrain start to work it. there must be some gold down there and it could be opened up to tourism thus providing employment in the local area and showing the faithful, (us shareholders) something tangible. any profit could be used for further exploration to locate serious finds.
RE: Good money after bad...
Evening RM. quarter irish, quarter french. half scottish. Love food & love a good pint & I will fight anyone who says different. Live in Lake District, now. Where would the wurld be withoot the scots? Some wait patiently here, some wait impatiently. I think you, me , vfb & others have it right. Rome was not built in a day. Onward & upwards..............
RE: Good money after bad...
hi Hick, From your vocab of last year, you sound like an honorary Scot, not a native? But, you seem to know enough and understand enough for the understanding of spy planes, satellite imagery etc.. That is, know the difference of analogue devices, digital devices and digital enhancements, to geo-physics and electro-magnetic techniques and technology. So, if you are living in that part of the world, please provide when are the missionaries going to bring cameras to the local heathens? Particularly, to the uninhabited tribal trustlands around the unexplored and unsurveyed Tyndrum railway stations? Whereas, I was erroneously trained to think that without the Scottish inventions in many disciplines such as navigational, chronology, mensuration, mathematics, etc, there would never have even been a space race. “Houston” they have a problem. Or more succinct from Victor… for what it is worth…” GL to all genuine ones – RM. The morning shall come (after many hibernations).
its a waiting game.
i hope everyone invested here are successful, but feel that things are moving a tad slow. a little bit too slow for any big concern to have an interest in, but we may get some free helicopter rides, we will just have to hope.
RE: fools gold.
Curious , When did you buy these shares ? When I first bought them they where much higher than they are now. I ask myself should I buy some more or should I not ? If we detach ourselves from the past which is easier said than done why wouldn't we invest now. Why not : I have thrown enough at it already , I was told the same last time round, We are no further forward ,etc Can I afford to lose any more , etc Why : We know the high grade gold is there, We know the production costs are low , We Know the Scottish gold will command a premium We know we will have 40% of the company marketing the Scottish gold We know the potential for additional resources and additional Cononish style deposits and possibly an Elephant in the room The new board has already put in a substantial amount and are putting more in The RMB loan will be removed from our neck The long awaited and previously unaffordable Helicopter Survey will be done and I think they are not looking for other Cononish style deposits but for a much deeper and larger source/s . We have a new board that are not short of money with a very good track record Things to come and this doesn't include the current intensive ongoing sampling program which has seen rock chip samples with over 1200g/t Au : 25/02/2013 You will note that Nat le Roux didn't say Scottish Mine but did say "a significant Scottish gold mining industry." https://www.flickr.com/photos/93177156@N07/10627483824/ There may wel be more reserves uncovered from other local areas that is for sure, take Beinn Udlaidh for example , there is thought to be around 20 Breccia pipes in that area alone with over 30 discovered locally . A few samples below of whats to come: Coire Ghabhalach , best outcrop 21gt Au Craig Sheilach , best outcrop 13.3gt Au 18.6gt Ag Beinn Udaidh, 250m strike avg 2.23gt Au 5.3m best 2.8gtAu 358.5 Ag over 1m Tom a Chro , Vein outcrop 257gt Au 118gtAg, 6 boulders avg 88.1gt Au Arichastlich, Avg 7 boulders 37.5 gt Au Crusty's Vein , Best outcrop 15gt Au best boulder 15.6gt Au Crom Allt and Beinn Odhar , Best outcrops 13gt Au 89gt Ag River Vein , 4 outcrops-10gtAu best 145gtAu 47gtAg Halladay's Vein , Best outcrop 56.9gtAu 54gtAg Best boulder 399gtAu Kilbridge , 16 veins avg 11.3gtAu 15 boulders avg 24.5 gtAu Coire nan Sionnach , 250m strike avg 2.86gtAu over 4.4m Bog Showing ,Boulder 68.4gt Au High grade vein systems at Auch · Creag Sheileach o Outcrop 13.2g/t Au, 36.6g/t Ag o AQ drill hole 25.5g/t Au 14.3g/t Ag over 1.0m · Coire Ghabhalach o Outcrop 23.4g/t Au, 29.6g/t Ag o AQ drill hole 15.2g/t Au, 36.2g/t Ag over 2.1m · Clach Bhadach o Outcrop 62.4g/t Au, >200g/t Ag o Outcrop 20.7g/t Au, 164.7g/t Ag · Beinn Odhar o Outcrop 9.8g/t Au 80.4g/t Ag o Outcrop 8.9g/t Au, >200g/t Ag, 47.1g/t Te All within 10Km SGZ have identified a number of high priority targets for follow up including: Beinn Udlaidh R
when i first bought these shares it looked a good thing, i should have gone to specsavers.
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