Nelson retires from RR at the end of June, takes a month off, I presume to pat himself on the back and then promptly accepts a position at Mountain Mineral Resources as President and CEO. Now there is not too much information on the property available to go on accept for a fact sheet and a 25 page PDF on the company website, but if Nelson Baker thinks this project has merit and is worthy of being a flagship property then I am willing to follow Nelson into the Kootenay's. He was the man responsible for bringing the Rainy River project to Rainy River Resources, which so far is at least a 5M oz discovery, so this guy has an eye for finding the gems.
If Nelson is basically jumping ship from Rainy River for Mountain Mineral Resources... they have to have something extremely prospective. I am willing to bet that Nelson will again turn nothing into something again. The land position is very prospective for precious metals and has received very little modern exploration. Only 8 shallow holes have been drilled on the property that has over 200 mineral occurrences. Past mining a century ago on the property averaged ore worth $3400 in today's prices, so there is certainly a lot to be excited about. The property has yielded silver grades as high as 1200 g/t in viens from 1 to 1o meters wide and gold grades as high as 12 g/t in rock samples.
Watch MMV.V very closely as this one is certainly worth nibble on the track record of Nelson Baker alone.
View presentation and fact sheet below.