Pictures of 8 Random Points Part 2

antmike915

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#1,6 - S. Alabama
#2,3,5&8 - Central Florida
#4,7 - N. Alabama

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H.P.

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So many nice ones in a row....#1 has nice base flaking ...#8 looks like somethin from Thonotosassa...nice lookin points Mike..
 
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So many nice ones in a row....#1 has nice base flaking ...#8 looks like somethin from Thonotosassa...nice lookin points Mike..

Thanks Hal, # 5 & 8 were from the Thonotosassa area.
 

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That third point looks like it needs some iodine supplement in its diet. That is most unique inclusion. Looks like it going to be a surgical procedure to remove.
 
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That third point looks like it needs some iodine supplement in its diet. That is most unique inclusion. Looks like it going to be a surgical procedure to remove.

Probably for being lazy a few thousand years :laughing7:
 
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Congratulations on your beautiful recoveries you should look into writing a book on the best ways to find them. I would buy the first copy

Thanks Bill, it'll be one of the shortest books ever. :thumbsup:
 

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