Not much but it’s a start for the year

Older The Better

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Took my first dedicated look for stone tools this year nothing crazy but it’s been a while since I’ve contributed so I’ll throw them up
First woulda been a beautiful side notched I’m thinking washita since I’ve found other washitas at that spot.
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Second one is the tip probably the majority of a jug hill, another common point type
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Third is a bit of an odd ball, can’t be creek chatter on a flake as this spot is high and dry under a rock overhang. I have to think someone intentionally worked the edge… probably a scraper but is so small and really has no form so I really haven’t figured it out yet
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