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    Sep 2010
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    Wondering: Found this in my front yard.

    If anyone can give me some information on this items history it would be greatly appreciated. It was found in my front yard along the Choctawhatchee River in Newton, AL. Thanks!
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  3. #2
    us
    Loving Life

    Sep 2009
    GENEVA COUNTY, ALABAMA
    Fisher F2
    95

    Re: Wondering: Found this in my front yard.

    Not to be snarky or anything but it looks like a river rock to me.....
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  4. #3

    Jan 2007
    Cullman, Alabama
    Garrett Ace 250
    66
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    Re: Wondering: Found this in my front yard.

    does it have any signs of wear and tear on the ends? looks like possibly some time of hammerstone used by the indians. need to see the ends though.
    Keven

  5. #4
    us
    Feb 2012
    Fairhope, Alabama
    Whites-DFX & Garrett Sea Hunter
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    Re: Wondering: Found this in my front yard.

    I work with rocks in my job and unless the ends are hammered or notched it is probably just a river rock that has a worn leading edge from facing up current. God only knows how it got in your yard.
    At the end of the day if my family build another memory that is the "real" treasure we all can find, and have fun while doing it.

  6. #5
    us
    Oct 2006
    Millbrook, AL
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    Re: Wondering: Found this in my front yard.

    yep, mortar and pestle.

    Go look for the rest of it, good luck.
    “It's easier to resist at the beginning than at the end. ”
    - Leonardo da Vinci

 

 

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