I can relate to the one row at a time. Sometimes I try to do two rows or even three at once. I do find the obvious ones that way but I realize how much I miss when I do one Row at a time super slow.
One row at a time is the way to go!!
You find awesome stuff.
More than the Museum!!
Roger that Mucker.
Now I know that depression is characterized as thinning.
When I've hunted Oceanfront in the past I always loose patience thinking how many thousand of years of sand has been thrown on top of them. I know a spot that has huge dunes behind a beach directly on Atlantic and some...
It appears marbled rhoylite was the go to lithic in your areas. You find so many made of that material!
The second one is interesting. I found on similar but the base is slightly different. I do agree with with a worn orient fishtail. Back in the day that was a slick point, still really nice...
Your point as well as the one I found have strikingly similar characteristics. One of the ears is slightly longer and it almost resembles a worn Dalton point.
My gut is telling me these two points are definitely related in Regards to age and location. This may well be a transitional paleo...
This point is an oddball for sure. Here are the pics of the base you requested a while ago.
I do believe this point is late paleo, possible dalton.
This is not a Snappit, Squib, or Levanna
I do not care about opinions that conclude so.
This is an extremly odd point out of all the...
If you notice, look real close zoomed up on all the tips from older the betters paddle drill, mine above, and the Redrhoylite? If you look at the tip of each something very similar stands out. Each tip is terminated off center from drill lengthwise center line. Almost exactly the same...
That is most definitely a drill and was told that style is known as a paddle drill. Here is another older paddle drill I found.
Yours is a beauty.
As far as the turning a point into a drill, what would you do? I believe they definitely turned points into drills. Location of break and other...
This is a tough one to date. It was found in an area that has produced Jack's Reef which could be as young as 900 BP all the way to a base of a Dalton, 10k BP.
However, I do mentally grid of areas based on flaking patterns and erosion levels. This drill was found within 2 feet of the base of...