字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey, guys, meet us at the Gold Room. We have a gold way up. So come on down, guys. For the last two weeks, the team have been mining Howie's cut. The gold count has been low and further upstream is ground. Dave's tests predict will be better, but he refuses to move until he knows this operation is successfully capturing Feingold. The 1st 2 acres of how he's cut 21.2 ounces. Okay, the final acre of how he's cut 18.4 all three acres, 39.6 ounces. Our goal was 90. The bowl is catching the Feingold. They've been losing, but the team is still way behind. Shocking. So we get a decision. Make stayed, how he's cut or we move on. There's only one way we're gonna catch up, and that's to move bigger goal because we'll get a bigger way quicker tuned in now. So you said once were tuned. In we go the good ground. Bigger gold, more gold. Why? We're gonna leave it there for the weather. We're moving to the next day. We have to. I'm tired of this. Fine. Ask all. The good news is we're catching it. And as we move to the next cut, we're gonna catch more ready to move decisions made. How he's cuts over. It's done, everybody in, Let's do it. 123 It's time to go. It's time to get into better gold and start making up For all the lost time and lost bounces that we have, Everybody's excited. We're moving to a new cut. It's bigger gold. It's more gold. So, yeah, things were looking up. Dave's closing, how he's cut and moving upstream. At the start of the season, David Jason ran to 10 yard bulk tests that predicted this ground holds an average of $14 per yard. With six acres of land to mine, Dave expects a return of over $300,000 in lost gold.