Re: 100+ Picture update in Aug2008 Just posted todat folks!!!!
I DONT believe it! Do YOU ??
100+ pics and " I will get back to edit these later "
The general thread of the pics is easy to follow but
I sure miss the WHOO HOOs. Thats not really a compaint but rather a compliment to all the time it
takes just to get the pics from under some rocks onto
the silver [ black ? ] screen.
You wont catch me Whoo hooing [ much ] but here's some of my commments on the events, roughly in the
order they appear on the scroll:
Only occasionally does a worked piece stay in a clump for an inhand insitu. The "what is it factor" is high
turned out to be a gorgeous Uvalde [ we think ]
Eyeglasses case shot best shows a really dinged "long"
point. Like to think it was another Angustora as it
was found not far from another perfect one [ maybe
just wishfull hopeing that we're in an Angustora camp.]
ACORNS almost as big as a golf ball! I suspect it's
from a Hybrid ornamental Spanish Oak. If the ancient
people had complete forests of these, they might have
grown taller !
Some of the pics of jacking up a 9' X 6' X 1' slab
of rock is getting around the place where an 8 inch
blade was found [In one shot, One Eyed Jack is
standing in the exact spot] No special finds for
all that work, just a few brokes.
1935 Texas Licence plate. A sure indicator other
diggers were there 73 years ago? Still a good find.
Not a classic Waco sinker design, Might be an EYEBALL
or a BOLO stone. See page 29 of current TXCH
magazine. Good condition, nice find.
Pecker holding a cut root to show where She found
a very nice complete point just 10 minutes before the
days quitting time bell rang !
Busted tool, 3 1/2 inches long. One could dream that
the lost pointy end might have been just as long. . .
A 7 inch DRILL. Might have been long for drilling
through wall studs for elec wires.