Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
That's pretty much how I operate...I spend the money, then I get my commission check and think "well, that's already spent". Then I spend it again.
Finding a new unmapped and unrecorded dig site. This is all Paleo and early Archaic points and lithics found on the surface in about 3 hours. Digging this is going to be oh sooo gooood!
I like the chert Clovis on the left!
I wish! The one you're talking about is a Dalton, probably a Breckenridge variant. Clovis points have been found on the property that I'm digging on soooo. It appears that this site had a fire pit for heat treating stone and it's definetly a work area of some sort. I picked up 5 gallon buckets of flake shards and found a dozen or so hammer stones. It's also possible that this knoll was also used to build canoes as well. The actual settlement sits on a bluff overlooking this area with a natural path leading to the Missouri River. The property owner says I'll lose my mind when I see what's up on the bluff. That's where the Clovis points are hiding.
Here's a closeup of that point. There's no base flute which is the tell tale hallmark of a Clovis.
just got my sons kindergarten report card. he got exceeds expectations in the category of, "runs, jumps, climbs well."
Sounds like you have a very active kid. Good report. Were the other categories just as good?
It's always lovely to log into styleforum to find pictures of naked hookers in your pm inbox.
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thanks, yeah he done good. there was needs improvement, developing, meets expectations and exceeds expectations. he got all meets, and the exceeds in the running and also listening comprehension and journal writing. we are proud of the boy.
Here! Here! I second that - though admittedly she wasn't really naked.
I just got in trouble for doing that stuff. Is he a Violet Child?
Ah, I can see in the closeup, I think the darker tone looked like a flute to me. Lithics were never my strong suit, I'm more European late bronze/early iron. I only know a tiny bit about NA paleo/arch because I used to work CRM in NE PA. nice haul though!
A little hesitant to announce this as we have not officially closed yet. We have only have the appraisal left though so I think it's okay.
We just landed a pretty nice house at an insanely low price.
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