he was digging in the trench behind where you were first digging before you moved over to dig with Billy. I think he found it about 3-3 1/2 feet or so.
He got pretty excited after everyone else about crapped their pants over it.
I know me and barefoot were more excited than little kids in a candy factory over the darn thing.
Hope you get to feeling better soon.
Trying to remember if I saw Peat at Digfest. Isn't he the one from Oklahoma City that introduced himself and gave a brief life history to the group setting around the campfire Saturday night?
Gil, , , You are a DISASTER with names ! Wattaya recon Peat's last name is ?? Moss ?
Were talking about the same guy, all I remember is somebody admired his neat faded red shirt. . .
He said it was originally brillient red but first time getting sweaty, the whole top of his body turned red , , , including his underwear !
Points have to be produced to be reproduced, so technically this is a one of a kind piece real or modern. ( I'm not trying to be assinine but just clearing up some wording). So if it is real it's an even better find than a similar point that could be typed, at least in my opinion. It is a great point that is very reflective of its knappers creativity, whether it's days old or thousands of years old. My vote based on the location, and other details, of the find is that it is a legitimate artifact. But no-one will know for sure untill Pete gets a coa on it, and even then if it is proven real, some will probably still question it. As for remarks like, "you can still see the dremel marks," they can be seen as berating, not helpful unless one could actually see said dremel marks. Also if the point does in fact turn out to be real, such remarks also really detract from your credibility.