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    Jan 2010
    Eastern oregon
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    Finish to last hunt

    Got interrupted on last post so will start new one. We looked awhile more after I found that last point and moved down to next spot. Right off started finding stuff but were damaged a little or a lot. First off found broke in half NSN,love these points when whole.Crude obsidian knife, an Elko in-situ and in hand-broke. Nice point with ear damage
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    In hand pic A little arrow with tip ding, WooHoo another bead. Then finally my bud got one,a dandy Humboldt I believe maybe a Gatecliff split stem -nice point.Big Elko in-situ , it had broke tip and another Elko
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    Another Elko,several pics of arrows and a pic showing chips on camp. Something happened to pic but lots of chips
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    Jon

    Nov 2018
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    Nice finds. Thanks for the pic's!
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  5. #5
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    Moved to new spot that I had been to twice but it had rained since. Took awhile but finally spotted an arrow,eased it out and darn it had a broke tip. But wait what is that off to the left of it,the tip. I did not see it at first. I probably have a dozen from that spot that I have found the tip to make them whole so I always look well. Next was a nice scraper out of a cool material that looks like crazed porcerlain. Then another arrow. Was looking at a chip 3" away and finally seen it. I remarked that we hadn't found much red OBS and bingo little red bird. Wish it was always that easy
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  6. #6
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    Here is pic of most pieces and a pic of arrow after being fixed. Didn't get it quite right before glue set.

    Everybody be careful,clean and safe. Thanks for looking
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  7. #7

    May 2012
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    Hey Wally, nice to get out and find a few! Are you over in Nevada? Sure looks familiar!

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    It sure is. Don't have to worry about corona out there. Just looking around my area
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    A very young old man

    Aug 2005
    Beautiful Florida
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    You're killing it! Nice.
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    You call someplace "paradise" kiss it goodbye.
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    Apr 2009
    Indiana
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    Those are some nice relics. I like the material out west. nice days finds
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  11. #11
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    Jul 2009
    Ohio
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    Awesome artifacts!
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  12. #12
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    Jun 2009
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    Nice save on finding the tip! Do you think an animal stepped on it more recently, or broken in ancient times?
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    May 2014
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    What a site ..... some killer points , nice finds
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

  14. #14
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    Dennis

    Jan 2012
    Montana
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    Now that is cool! Nice repair.
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  15. #15
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    Jan 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuaream View Post
    Nice save on finding the tip! Do you think an animal stepped on it more recently, or broken in ancient times?
    I honestly think that people hunting the place are stepping on them. Most tips or other parts are just inches away. Since I am one of the few to hunt there, I probably crunched several. Has a light sand covering a harder floor. Never had a spot where I have found as many brokes with piece right there. Wish I could levitate over it-no damage.

 

 
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