The Otto Vein is a vein that has been located and mapped on the property. It is named after the founder of the claim and the grandfather of one of our shareholders. A geophysical survey utilizing ground resistance and pulse electro-magnetic grid surveys was undertaken on the eastern side of the property (the “Otto Vein”). The geophysical survey indicated a wide mineralized zone trending east-northeast from the edge of the road above the outcrop of the Otto vein. Geophysical data indicate that the mineralized zone lies at a depth of sixty to eighty-two feet (60 - 82 feet) and ranges from seventy-three to in excess of one hundred and twenty feet (73 - >120 feet) wide. And geophysical surveys have traced the vein for over 3,000 feet in length to the east with at least one spur of over 500 feet in length turning to the northeast. Samples from areas of visible mineralization at the surface produced gold values up to 2.5 ounces per ton (oz/ton) with a trace of silver.