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    One nice, one knackered

    (presumably) hafted or socketed; probably to knock the lights out of small game/fish

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    steve andermatt

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    The side view is a great picture
    back of the boat

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    It seems to be the very best angle to get some of these "across", eh....

    two more while i'm seeing double yet sober; same presumption as the first post only more unga bunga-ish:

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    and one...kinda naughty-lookin'..?


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    Are these artifacts?? Look like natural rocks to me.

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    More natural formations.

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    Looks like a Broken Meg Tooth, Or Dinosaur

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    also


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    i don't know from american indian

    but I could believe dinosaur artifacts
    Last edited by jeff of pa; Sep 16, 2020 at 08:15 PM.

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    hmm...dinosaur teeth. i took it as a given this area was a bit too far removed from the bay of fundy to take such into consideration. although, seeing as it comes from the top poster in these forums...*shrugs*

    maybe a picture showing the state of ongoing erosion typical along many segments of this river (mostly due to early logging and upland farming practices along with the yearly ice jams) which has widened it to nearly twice its historical width would help shed some light on how these come about:

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    also, many of these happen to be covered with a layer of clay for some reason which makes them all the more noticeable amongst the various types of washed cobbles:

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    ....petrified wood, perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ridgerunner111 View Post
    hmm...dinosaur teeth. i took it as a given this area was a bit too far removed from the bay of fundy to take such into consideration. although, seeing as it comes from the top poster in these forums...*shrugs*

    maybe a picture showing the state of ongoing erosion typical along many segments of this river (mostly due to early logging and upland farming practices along with the yearly ice jams) which has widened it to nearly twice its historical width would help shed some light on how these come about:

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    also, many of these happen to be covered with a layer of clay for some reason which makes them all the more noticeable amongst the various types of washed cobbles:

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    ....petrified wood, perhaps?
    Hmmm Just because I'm the Top Poster , Doesn't mean I Always Know what I'm talking about

    Just My Opinion, by way of seeing & Handling thousands of sharks teeth & seeing a few Megs. & I also watched Dinosaur Hunting on TV.
    Their Dino Bones Looked like Pictures that Most here call Natural rocks
    Take it for what Opinions are Worth
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    No artifacts were harmed in the making of this post.

    No Teeth either.
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