The shallow high-grade copper drill targets at Lourdes-Condori are located in areas where drilling has never been conducted before. The Company is targeting large-scale manto-style copper mineralization to potentially support resource delineation studies in other known copper zones at Los Chapitos. The drill area at Lourdes is located approximately 1.4 kilometers north of the Adriana Zone, a zone that has demonstrated continuous copper mineralization over significant intervals.
Chief Geologist Jose Bassan stated, "Isolated copper oxides have been exposed along a 175 meter road cut leading to our first drill target at the Lourdes Zone. The exposed mineralization appears similar to that of our Adriana zone."
Newly opened access roads to the drill target at Lourdes show signs of copper oxidation along structures and in volcanic vesicles in breccias. Additional road construction is underway to provide access to two other targets at Condori and Gallinazo.
In addition to the Los Chapitos project, Camino owns the Maria Cecilia porphyry project, also in Peru. The permitting process is currently underway for a planned exploration drilling program at the project in 2022.
Bottom line: first came Covid, then the permitting process in Peru dragged on forever. The frustration of Camino investors can be seen in the decline of the share price, which actually briefly hit a low of CAD 0.04 in mid-May. After all, now that drilling is underway, the stock is back at CAD 0.075. It feels like a breath of fresh air for shareholders. On top of that, the step-out holes on the Lourdes Condori target on Los Chapitos are true greenfield exploration. With the results, anything is possible! On the plus side, Camino has a comparatively well-filled war chest. At the end of last year, the company still had CAD 4.5 million in its coffers. So there is money for activity.
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