Nice finds, i'm green with envy. I don'd know if you saw my other post, but i'm intrigued at the deposits of arrowheads of this quality? I know this must of been a campsite, but how or why were perfectly pristine poins discarded? There are many unanswered questions i have of the ancients, but that is one that intrigues me, for i can see the errant arrow getting lost in the brush, to be found by michelle or hal 400 years later.
I have heard of the caches of preforms being deposited in hunting grounds, for future hunts, more ammunition, but the perfect points at the campsites?
I guess the ancients didn't believe in recyclying.
Glenn, I had the same question I asked a friend that is pretty knowledgeable when it comes to Indian history and he told me sometimes diseases would set in and kill out the whole camp therefore everything would stay right there. Made sense to me.