Tombill Mines - Interview with CEO Adam Horne and Geologist Tim Twomey [TSXV:TBLL]
I recently sat down with Tombill Mines CEO Adam Horne and Geologist Tim Twomey to go over the Tombill story - their property in Geraldton, Ontario and it's prospectiveness. The Tombill claims are continuous to the Hardrock project containing millions of ounces of gold. The closet drill hole drilled at Hardrock is approx. 100meter from Tombill claims and returned on hole MM 170 - 18.49g/t Au over 20.5meters. The company is current drilling right across the border with deep holes. This is all part of a 3-pronged exploration approach for 2021.
Contents of the interview are as follows:
0:00 : Company Introduction
9:45 : Geology of the hard rock deposit
12:30 : Hole MM170 18.49 g/t - 20.5m
15:35 : Advantages of Tombill/Hardrock versus Mussel White
17:35 : First hole stepout targets & grade
22:35 : Targets for Phase I & near surface work
25:50 : Closing
The company has also put out a news release today:
Tombill Mines Announces the Establishment of Its Advisory Board with Initial Appointments of Dr. Quinton Hennigh and Mr. Gordon Reid
- Inauguration of Tombill's Advisory Board, appointing Dr Quinton Hennigh and Mr. Gordon Reid
- Dr Hennigh, a doctorate in economic geology, has a well-earned long-term reputation in developing exploration mining companies
- Mr. Reid has a comprehensive understanding of the Geraldton Camp as the ex-COO of Centerra, which up to mid-December 2020 owned Greenstone, including the Hardrock Project
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