My father found these a couple years ago on his uncle's land about 10 miles from our land in Sanderson. They were all found on the surface and look like they have been worked, but not sure what they are. I'm pretty sure the first one is some type of knife, the pink one is totally smooth on one side, but worked on the other. The fourth one is broken in half, and I'm not sure the last picture is anything at all.
Yeah..Yeah, I know..I'll eventually get up to speed on it. I think the first one is probably a pre-form for a point they abandoned, 2 & 3 are basically spall flakes, but ones like these with a lightly flaked edge were used as small finger held slicers. When's your next trip?
Hey, DJ, The first three pictures look a lot like small knives/scrapers, the fourth like a tip...One thing I can say for certain is that is a very fine example of a 1997 Washington head quarter on the right..wasn't sure from the first pic but as I looked at the rest, the details became clearer. lolol
DJ, don't know how big the cabin is or if you have power to it yet, but in all my years of camping, a propoane bottle fueled acatylitic heater (like coleman) with the bubble screen top worked the best for heat, and so well that we always had to leave a window barely open to vent and regulate for sleeping. One bottle would usually last 2 nights. It was worth every cent paid for it!
Hey Mike, we have done that with a propane heater, and left the window cracked, but we still froze. The past couple times we have been down there, the low was in the mid to upper 20's. It is a small cabin and out there, no power, we do have a generator though. Thanks for the advice.
Yeah Michelle, Mike has been showing me his cave skills, and arrowhead skills, so I thought I would show him my skills. No, but really the photobucket thing is really quite simple, but don't tell Mike I told you that.