I have some more to share here they are.
Any of your opinions will help us ID them better.
Travis You will knockem dead next time. I tried something new this morning. I used my stihl back pack blower and cleaned up the loose dirt where we worked and found a drill another bird point and the top of a broken point But it was very dusty anyone who tries this sould get a mask.
Top Photo moving left to right/ top to botttom). Edgewood (damaged), Darl Stemmed (nicked), broken small knife base or pre-form, and probable Young point (bottom right).
Bottom Photo: small nicked knife or pre-form, nicked Oauchita point, broken abasolo (looks like impact break),broken Ellis point, bird point too damaged to identify (looks like fire pocks on base), possible drill base (bottom right).
Keep on sifting/ blowing!!
Hi again Leonard. Nice going on the blower, Try it on a very windy day that might blow the dust clear. This dry surface hunting come up sometime in the last 6 weeks and I suggested a leaf rake, Maybe it was in response to your input [ or not ]. In any case the power blower reminded me of my youth in artifact hunting [ six years ago ! ]. It was time before we even knew about camps, strictly field and stream hunting. We had done medium that summer but I recall we were " shattered " when fall arrived. Even the lightest scattering of fallen leaves destroyed those productive gravel bars.
We took a small gas blower from work to the creeks, It did the job but using it on a camp site is better than a mile of creek. It was just a phase in life I'm glad is finished.
I would think that modern technology blower is much better than a rake....clearing crevasses or clearing the hardpack that tends to buildup around plants [ cactus ? ? ].