Dont worry about me, I'll be Ok after a few days !
Checkout Michelle's latest finds for the last day of June. I do try to recycle and the turpentine and motor oil bottles never gave me trouble like that peroxide container.....I was just following orders, "drink plenty"
You guys seem to have found a neat spot. I got onto a similar place this last weekend with big rocks but they are above the camp area instead of below it. Same type of cenario though..stuff fell between the rocks and we are now able to dig between/amongst them and retreive it.
Few pics of my dig this weekend..I called it: "Dia de los Heartbreaker".
Brad, "similar" finds and conditions is right!
Our initial finds were numerous Williams, like that big broken banded you have ALONG with NUMEROUS bases exactly like the one in the bottom right of your pic.
Very round, very thin and quality workmanship. It looked like a heavy Williams camp but now that the dig area has expanded the Montells are becoming the more dominent finds. The "white" sun touched ones are also a feature we have in common.
The very next time we are out there again, I am going to look UPHILL to see if I can spot YOUR dig holes.
It would be great if it turned out we are working the same site, that would make it more economical for Pizza delivery !
Haha! I would love to find out we were, sir...but my site is in Kerr county. I would gladly invite you and Michelle down for a test run after it rained once to verify site commonalities. Perhaps I could make a trip your way and do a litte reverse commonality verification... a process I like to pursue when examining campsite of ancient cultures.
Brad, I'll be keeping this sites find together for a while watching for that "commonality" That subject has always been of interest to me especially at sites that have Many varieties of peoples artifact signatures. Since they didnt get along very well, Did the Nolan people occupy all of TX, then on Jan 1st
move to Oklahoma and the Perd family move in Then in July they move onto New Mexico and the Montell family
"rents Texas" for the next 1000 yrs?
Your talking rain, are these all surface finds? If so, for a hillside slope thats great.