The D1-McBride property covers approximately 614 hectares is located in the Liard Mining Division about 64 km southeast of Dease Lake. In April of 2016 the property was expanded from its origional 34 hectars by another 580 hectars. The additional claims expand the property to cover the projected trace of the exposed veining system and also contain the fault system believed to be related to the mineralization.
According to BC MINFILE No 104-093, the property is host to a galena and gold bearing quartz/calcite vein system. According to Assessment Report 35096, work on the property in 2014 included limited rock sampling of a vein subcrop from the Discovery Showing which returned high grade assays of 43.1 g/t gold, 240 g/t silver, 1.8% lead and 1.98% zinc and 13.1 g/t gold, 16 g/t silver, 2.32% lead and 3.02 zinc. Previous sampling of veins returned assays of 161.32 g/t gold, 1,110.9 g/t silver, 3.17% lead and 2.1% zinc across 10 centimeters and 115.89 g/t gold, 589.72 g/t silver, 12.3% lead and 11.04 oz/t zinc across 25 centimeters (Assessment Report 14004). The vein strikes 030 degrees with a vertical dip and has been traced, through prospecting and trenching, for 30 meters on surface. The overburden-covered lineament in which the vein occurs can be traced for 300 meters (MINFILE N0 104-093).
The D1-McBride quartz, calcite, galena, gold bearing vein system has a weak weathering surface in the above photo.