Tuesday, October 17, 2017

A couple of "darn!"s

Neither turned out to me any more than what was visible in these photos:

It was interesting because usually items are exposed because they have been "washed out" of the soil from rain. They say 3 inches in needed. But here, it is the drought that exposed the items. The soil is so dry and crumbly that harder items show up like this. I found these in a part of the field that is not usually of much interest. But here only a few feet apart are a couple items in exotic materials. Must a been a site. To be honest, when I got home the first item above cleaned up like the base of a large Clovis blade.

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