I think i found a good spot.

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I know I'd be up there around the moon looking at the first photo. Congrats
 
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I know I'd be up there around the moon looking at the first photo. Congrats
Thank you and it's hard to leave everything I go cause there's always more each time. That's my favorite thing to go do.
 
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Nice finds, several woodland points, and 1 archaic, keep on lookin....
Or I probably won't ever stop. It's like I am being drawn to there. It's amazing and beautiful to find these thing
 

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You don’t have to be exact but where ish are you finding these? East coast west coast a state maybe? The same point forms have different names in different areas but I’m thinking adena on a couple of them
 
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You don’t have to be exact but where ish are you finding these? East coast west coast a state maybe? The same point forms have different names in different areas but I’m thinking adena on a couple of them
Owensboro ky along Ohio River. It's only in a small area. Some in farmers fields and any were frome the farm to the river bank
 

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