MINING NEWS: Despite late spring, it’s all ahead flank!
Mining news update: Alaska’s position inexplicably shifts again in Fraser Institute survey; Full Metal Minerals acquires Inmachuck gold property near Deering; Full Metal to drill minimum of 10,000 meters in 60 diamond drill holes at Lucky Shot this year
The author Curt Freeman, CPG #6901, is a well-known geologist who lives in Fairbanks. He prepared this column April 17. Freeman can be reached by mail at P.O. Box 80268, Fairbanks, AK 99708. His work phone number at Avalon Development is (907) 457-5159 and his fax is (907) 455-8069. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org and his web site is www.avalonalaska.com.
The sound of boots, hammers, drills and helicopters is starting to drown out the sounds of “we are planning,” “we hope to” and “later this year” that we’ve been hearing for the last few months. Despite a late spring through most of Alaska, a number of projects kicked off recently and more are gather....
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