I found this first one in a wash south of Brad this week while I was out checking on a tank. It's kind of crude and I don't even know what type it is. The rest are from Leonards.
David, I found what I think is a drill right after you left.
You guys are finding on a real regular basis, thats good. If you can really pinpoint that camp hotspot,
maybe I can come up and help you again !
No need for such an elaborate BBQ [unless thats the weekly norm], Just dead deer & beer will do ! TeeHeee
Trav, it just occured to me. . . . .YOU [and Leonard's
place] ARE a candidate for the pitch I'm trying to sell DJ on ! Just maybe, parts of that camp date from early colonial days.. . . . Git that metal detector of yours OFF
of discriminate and onto "IRON TRADE ARROWHEADS,
TOMMAHAWKS and GOLD TEETH !
" You "THINK" You found a Drill ? "
You mean there's chance it could be a Corner Tang or
Montell Base tang ?
Hey Fellow Palo Pinto diggers. I made right turns most of the day. I ended up being covered in lousy Bermuda Coastal dust. Much Rather been covered in diggin dust and very fine microscopic flint chips. But life goes on. I will get my digging on later in the week.Or next weekend maybe.
I want a 9-5 m-f job sometimes. Being your own boss is not always the greatest spot to be in. But it does have its perks.I almost never have the time to take advantage. Good job Travis we all will pinpoint the central zone. So Hal can Bring Michelle to help. recover long lost or abndoned Tools and Points.