The Glitra and Sat properties are sister properties, with the relatively small “Orbit” property lying between. They are located in Pershing County, western Nevada, in the Seven Troughs Range of the Farrell Mining District, which hosts numerous historical and modern‐day mineral occurrences and deposits (see Figure 2). The properties are contiguous with Millennial Precious Metals Wildcat Project, which hosts a 43-101 compliant inferred mineral resource of 67.6 million tons grading 0.37 g/t Au totaling 824,000 oz Au, and they lie a few kms north of Timberline Resources Seven Troughs Project (see Figure 2). At Sat, strong soil sampling results also appear to outline a north-northeast trending anomalous zone with a pronounced Au-Hg-As-Ag signature that most likely reflects structurally-hosted epithermal mineralizing system(s) (see Figure 2). On the Glitra property, results from a previously completed soil-geochemistry survey identified a promising +1km north-northeast trending mineralized and altered zone with a pronounced epithermal Au-Ag-As-Hg signature and a width ranging up to 150 to 200 metres (see Figure 3).
Image 1. Nevada Regional Setting with Glitra/Sat Project
Figure 2. Sat Highlighted Soil Geochem Data and Survey Area with 600 metre N-NE magnetic trend
Figure 3. Glitra Highlighted Soil Geochemical Data and Magnetic Survey Area Results