So yesterday was pretty strange. Went to our Onion Creek site and came across a baby deer stuck in the cattle fence. I was able to cut it free from the barb wire, but of course, then the dog chases the limping deer all the way down and into Onion Creek. Had to spend a few hours dealing with that, but I guess some goodwill came back to us b/c we made some good finds later that day.
Found what I believe is either a Covington or Friday blade (check out the weird unfinished piece on the backside). We also found a broken perd drill, a Nolan (I think), an Angostura, and some type of weird circular based broken drill. Also found lots of colorful Manos. Overall, I'd say we had a pretty productive day.
Hi Eric, great variety of Flint. Good thing you mention your Onion creek is up North. You may Know there is an Onion creek running almost through the heart of Austin Texas....You could have started a local dig panic to match the Panama canal down here.
Are you surfacing or Digging?? If surfacing, mind what you might stub your toe on, The red lands of Archer county are famous for DIMETREDON fossils. Very very old strata exposure.
I like a covington form for the blade and there is at least one point like your angostura with the slight concave base shown under HELL GAP. Both an impressive old age