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  1. #76
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    A very young old man

    Aug 2005
    Beautiful Florida
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    Relic Hunting
    Sloth slayers?
    So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains
    and we never even know we have the key. The Eagles

  2. #77
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    Rock hunter

    May 2020
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    Here is a look at my Houston co dig. Standing at the top of my hole looking down at my skid steer with bucket raised. In the next pics you can see the occupation layers with charcoal all the way into the clay hard pan . it was about 15 ft deep at this point.
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  3. #78
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    Oct 2011
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    ...so repeated flooding over thousands of years?

  4. #79
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    Oct 2010
    Georgia
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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemac View Post
    ...so repeated flooding over thousands of years?
    ...or sheet erosion?

  5. #80
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    Rock hunter

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    Neither. Acumulation from 13000 years of ashes rocks poop etc. I think one of the main contributions to building the layers was sand carried from the creek and used to floor lodges. There was a large spring that had been dug out and a clay dam built around in paleo times. Made a very nice well and still held water.
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  6. #81
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    Neal

    Feb 2020
    Mountains of East K.y.
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    Lol I think itís a great thing your doing regardless if itís u doing the digging or somebody with initials attached to the front of their name.atleast they ainít covered up were no one can admire them and view em. If I owned a place like that Iíd be doing the same thing.awesome stuff gar
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  7. #82
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    Oct 2010
    Georgia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garscale View Post
    Neither. Acumulation from 13000 years of ashes rocks poop etc. I think one of the main contributions to building the layers was sand carried from the creek and used to floor lodges. There was a large spring that had been dug out and a clay dam built around in paleo times. Made a very nice well and still held water.
    Amazing accumulation. What's the acreage of this site?

  8. #83
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    Only boaring people get board

    Nov 2018
    The Thumb
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    Awesome stuff Garscale!!

    So when your prospecting a new place are you looking for a hill near water to start with similar to a mound?

    I live in a part of Michigan with alot of native history and Im always near the Cass river, not fare from me is the oldest record of natives in Michigan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanila...ric_State_Park

    Obviously wouldnt dig there but my CEO owns a bunch of property along the river over that way...
    I'll sleep when I'm dead

  9. #84

    Dec 2014
    Central Texas
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    Enjoyed the post and glad to see some Texas Flint! Post all them killers you find!
    P.S. Can you P.M. me the gps coordinates to the site...

  10. #85

    Dec 2014
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    I sure would like to see the archaic points your finding in your new site. curious to the distribution of point types that you found in east texas and how the types your finding may have overlapped as you move west. Castroville, marcos, maybe a Montell or two? Heck let's see'em all!

  11. #86
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    Rock hunter

    May 2020
    East texas
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    Quote Originally Posted by saucerhead View Post
    I sure would like to see the archaic points your finding in your new site. curious to the distribution of point types that you found in east texas and how the types your finding may have overlapped as you move west. Castroville, marcos, maybe a Montell or two? Heck let's see'em all!
    Marshall, perd, cupp, darl stemmed, ensors, corner tang, wells, bulverde, angostura, andice, Martindale Marcos, darl blades. Covington blades, Gahagan blades, Pandora blades. Base tang blades.....shrimp gumbo , coconut shrimp, boiled shrimp
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  12. #87

    Dec 2014
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    How's about a couple of pic's. Please!

  13. #88

    Mar 2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garscale View Post
    Marshall, perd, cupp, darl stemmed, ensors, corner tang, wells, bulverde, angostura, andice, Martindale Marcos, darl blades. Covington blades, Gahagan blades, Pandora blades. Base tang blades.....shrimp gumbo , coconut shrimp, boiled shrimp
    All Greek to a beginner. I wouldn’t know the difference between any of what you are saying.

    All I know is what is pick up here from time to time when someone feels like explaining basics. I am slowing learning the difference in the general appearance of the different types of tools.
    Last edited by IMAUDIGGER; May 22, 2020 at 09:40 PM.
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  14. #89
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    Rock hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by saucerhead View Post
    How's about a couple of pic's. Please!
    Ok ok here ya go. Coconut shrimp shrimp gumbo. Boiled shrimp...
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  15. #90

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    LOL! Pic's are it didn't happen...

 

 
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