“I going to share something with my readers that no one has ever mentioned that you really want to think about. Pretend for a moment that the lava never covered the sand and gravel and turned it into hard rock. Instead of this being a 5-20 meter thick hard rock conglomerate, it’s a simple 5-20 meter thick sand and gravel bed with gold nuggets in it.
I met David Erfle on the media tour of the Yukon I was on a few weeks back. Quiet, intense and very, very focused. He has to be because he is trading the junior mining market and runs a subscription newsletter from his site juniorminerjunky.com out of Southern California.
Purdy’s Reward sits within a granted Exploration Licence (E47/1745) which covers an area of 29km2
and sits approximately 16km east of Artemis’s fully permitted Radio Hill processing plant and
associated infrastructure. This exploration licence has heritage survey clearance and valid Programmes
of Works with the DMIRS.