♪♪ ♪♪ Narrator: THE BEETS’ OPERATIONS
ON EUREKA CREEK ARE SHUT DOWN. BUT BEFORE THE LICENSE EXPIRED,
THEY MANAGED FIVE DAYS SLUICING WITH THE NEW ZEALAND PLANT. Monica: HEY, FAM. HI, GUYS. UH, I’VE GOT STUFF. Narrator: RUNNING COSTS AVERAGE
AROUND 100 OUNCES PER WEEK. ♪♪ 10. 45, 50. 70. 90. 98.40. WORTH NEARLY $140,000, ONLY ENOUGH TO KEEP THEM GOING
FOR THE NEXT WEEK OR TWO. IT’LL BE THE LAST BIT
WE’RE GETTING. YEAH.
Tony: RIGHT? Kevin: MM-HMM. KEVIN, THE AIRSTRIP’S
GONNA TAKE A WHILE STRIPPING. MM-HMM.
AND WE HAVEN’T DECIDED WHERE WE’RE GOING YET. Narrator:
THE BEETS FACE DISASTER IF THEY DON’T GET MINING
ON A NEW CLAIM FAST. YES. WELL, NOT MY FIRST RODEO.
IT’LL [BLEEP] HAPPEN. WELL, NO, WE GOT TO MAKE
IT [BLEEP] HAPPEN. YOU GUYS HAVE ANY IDEAS
WHERE YOU’RE HEADING? OH, I HAVE SOME SCHEMES, JUST GOT TO MAKE SURE
EVERYTHING PANS THROUGH. I’M PLOTTING.
OH, THAT’S DANGEROUS. Minnie: AND QUICK. HEY, GUYS, OUT OF HERE,
GET BACK TO WORK. RIGHT NOW, MONICA AND MIKE
DON’T HAVE ANYTHING CONCRETE, SO THE ONLY THING HAPPENING
IS THE AIRSTRIP CUT. THE PRESSURE’S ON TO
GET IT [BLEEP] GOING.