Since I know Hal is going to comment anyhow.. I thought I'd get in the first word.
What a great way to start out a digging career! 8 inches of beautiful flint layed before us in a slideshow manner. The camera crew worked overtime on thatone; great job on the excavation of a wonderful piece of history.
You win the first word comendation Brad, I shoulda slept in !
There were 3 Poperazi cameras in action. There would have been only ONE single pic if the thing
just plunked out at her feet in a clump of dirt !
As we see, it was in a wash down area with hard soil
and between hard jammed rocks.
I think there were so many pics because we expected it to come loose any second, but it never did. Its hard to see cause the cameras were shaking
with excitement but the most difficult area to uncover was the point and it just kept going . . .and
going. . . and going, , , and going! The big bed-
rock actually had an unseen "cave" that the point was in. THEN, came time to go DOWN, and it kept going
and . . . going . . .and going, more pics! Its over
3 inches wide.
Unfortunatly there are downsides to such extraordinary
There were plenty of "normal" other finds that nary
a camera click was heard. And once you find the
"find of a lifetime" whatelse is there in life to
look forwrd to ?