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Mining show PDAC in Toronto + Niagara Falls + Pittsburgh

Apr. 04, 2011 7:05 PM ETGUYFF, AG, UXG, GLBXF, GPRLF
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Canada is about ice-hockey, isn't it?

PDAC conference/show ~ so many mining companies! Well, after walking 2 hours through the show looks every booth the same, so lets show you only one 
of them ~ the Globex mining dream quartet:

Folks, I was too busy + too tired in order to post anything, so here are few memories remained :-):

Well, the PDAC show was interesting and exhausting - soooo damned many companies, soooo many talks to companies' representatives I knew already from the Munich metals show and also many discussions with companies & folks I didn't knew till now in this four busy days and nights. Why also nights? Well, I've attended few receptions in the nearby hotels as well (few silver companies
 together, Guyana gold, McEwen capital, First majestic silver, ...).

Even if smaller, I like the Munich show more. Why? IMHO it is more attractive to me because there are also many gold&silver coin dealers and thus it is more money related than Toronto's companies' presentations. 
And yes, in Munich thereare many open presentation by well known experts 
for all attendees and not only (closed) events for invited guests ...

2 maskottchen vor dem eingang zur rob mcewen capital reception/party (u.s. gold, lexam vg gold, minera andes)

Two pretty mascots at Rob McEwen's party :-)

A picture says more than 1,000 words? So what about few PICTURES? Lets move 
to my picasa albums:

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