Proposed Drill Program
• A planned diamond drill program consisting of 12 holes and totaling 3,500 feet to confirm the presence of the primary and secondary sapphire-bearing lamprophyre dikes, plus orientation and structural widths.
Intergem Dike Area
• Five planned drill holes at 500 ft. spacing, dike target 200ft. vertical depth. Collars will be located 160 ft. grid south of the surface trace of dikes. All holes will be drilled at -60 degrees inclination and 350 degrees azimuth to 300 ft. drill depth.
English Mine Area
• The Company plans to drill three holes. The objective of drill hole number one is to intersect the main dike directly beneath the old shaft workings (historic 250 ft. level) at approximately 400 ft. vertical depth. Two additional core drill holes will be drilled easterly to intersect the dike at 300 vertical feet in depth. The historical records indicate the dike in this area is nearly vertical or steeply dipping to the north. All three of these proposed holes will be drilled in a southerly direction at -60 degrees inclination. Historic maps indicated that the English mine workings extended 1,500 ft. to the west and 900 ft. east of the main shaft at a depth of 250 ft.
Gadsden House Area
• The Company plans to drill two holes based on surface outcrops. The first hole will be drilled to intersect the dike at 200 vertical feet in depth. The second hole will be drilled to the east and intersect the dike at 200 vertical feet in depth. This dike has surface expressions and appears to be near vertical and dipping to the south. The section of the dike appears to be the same structure and strike as the dike mined by Intergem in the early 1980’s.
• The Company plans to drill two widely spaced drill holes west of the middle mine and east of the American Mine. These holes are predicated on a surface expression of a very long partially filled open cut. The dike is assumed to dip vertically or steeply to the north, similar to the orientation of the dike at the Middle Mine. These two holes will be targeted to hit the dike at 200 vertical feet in depth.