Hiking with a group to see the stone piles in Melondy Hill State Forest, we were surprised to find the usual hiking trail freshly disturbed because of a current logging job. In some places, it made the hiking difficult, while in others, we could hike along the dirt path without sinking down. About a half mile from the stone piles in Melondy Hill State Forest, I saw a bit of black in the logging trail that looked different from the normal sandstone pieces all over. I bent down to pick it up and, lo and behold:The group was hiking at a decent rate (about a mile an hour) so there was no opportunity for an in sito photo. In addition, I was not even certain about what I had, so when I called out to Don, he was thrilled to verify that it was, in fact, an arrowhead. The photo was taken later along in the hike, which is why it is not cleaned up in the photos. The elevation where I found this is about 1,650 feet.