Drilling of the La Sabila project began in February of 2008 by USPR. During 2008, Micro Tunnels, the drilling contractor hired by USPR, had two drills working six days per week and two shifts per day. The drilling continued through November, 2008 with 4000 meters of core drilled during the campaign. The core was transported to the Lab in Morelia where it was inventoried, washed and logged. Mineralized intercepts were split, sampled and shipped to an assay lab in the U.S. under Chain of Custody.