Here is an updated Leapfrog Viewer file (link) with the Garibaldi and historic drilling data.
I've also brought in the historic surface geology maps, the referencing is a bit off as the old maps are in imperial units, but they are close enough to match.
Here is the Garibaldi Figure 1 - Plan Geological map, that isn't on the website, but was sent to me.
|Yellow line = trace of hole EL-17-14|
And both, GGI map superimposed on the 1965 map
So, have Garibaldi done any surface mapping or just geophysics and drilling?
A rhetorical question...
A quick section
|Drilling below red b;obs = Exploration Success!!|
- Drilled below the historic holes to check for the continuation of Ni-Cu mineralization
- Drilled a few holes into the other sulfide zones mapped in 1965.
So, nothing clever here, and I'm surprised that in reality, such little work has been done outside of EM (again, we don't have any usable amps from this program) and drilling.
anyway, I look forward to receiving the results from holes 10-13, these results are a couple of weeks overdue. It only took GGI 19 days to get the results for hole 14, so I'm guessing that hole 10 would have been completed a month earlier.