Dave’s vein was discovered, mapped and sampled by RAA geologists in 1980. It is an iron stained quartz vein system approximately 1.8m wide hosted in highly fractured, clay altered and silica replaced andesite. The vein is exposed for approximately 60m along strike at an elevation of 67m. Rock samples of the vein returned anomalous values up to 210g/t Ag and 1.8g/t Au. Subsequent efforts to trench the vein were unsuccessful due to thick soil cover and water flooding.