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That's one fine looking Friday blade you have there Kris. Thanks for showing it.
what part of texas are you finding this stuff ?
Hi Rick, This was found in Williamson County. North of the San Gabrial River N. 3 FT down.
The Friday pic sure shows up the secondary edge flaking nicely...beautiful find. Sounds like a rich site if the flint can hit you jumping out...snake boots help ?
Are Kris & Tom digging buddies ? or is it just a big coincidence that they are both coin collectors ( with the same date ? )
Good blade show T
No Hal, I don't know Tom. He apparently reached into my Photo Bucket and pulled out my most recent trade. I got those Three Knives in a trade for my project car that had been sitting in my back yard for 5 years. I guess I should put a lock on my photo bucket account... I don't mind sharing and I got nothin to hide but it probably should have been me who put the pict of my knives up Anyway thanks for speedin up my post Tom. I'm going creekin.
wow that has to be a shocker to look up and see recently required blades and not be the one to post it. no wonder michelle has to air on the skeptical side of things. who can blame her when it is just that easy to undermine another persons stuff,(for lack of a better term).at least i had the consideration to change the color of the golden mono to platinum when i stole a pic from photo bucket.
Someone snatching pictures from your bucket ??
Now THAT reminds me of a OLD post here .. REMEMBER when someone posted their "BEST FIND EVER" and it was a point from FL I believe, made from Coral??
About a week after it was on my FRONT PAGE .. The REAL owner of the point EMAILED me and told me that it was HIS arrowhead and directed me to HIS website.. where the SAME picture was! Bahah!!!!
THis little dork went googling and found a point and copied the picture off the other site and poted it as his! I even had it on the front page!!
Too funny that the OWNER of the point was a fan of my website and busted him!!!!!!!!!
Now THAT was some funny stuff!!!!!!!!
I think Tom was just bragging on my stuff... He didn't claim it to be his... he just forgot to include on his reply that the pict. he was posting was of my stones. No harm, no foul, all of my photo bucket collection is still available for public view. On a side note I found a killer camp today creekin. This one is off the S. San Gabrial, I'm gonna call it Camp NUTUMI. (Nu-Tu-Me) Not sure how old yet, but it is big and only a little of previous diggin. So I am stoked
Many Thanks for keepin up this site Michelle. I sure do like lookin at the pretty sharp rocks ! It would'nt be possible without ya!
Brought forward 11-13-11 for reference.
Its not a Friday and its not a preform......its a whole lot better than either....and older.
I've never heard of someone hijacking someone's pictures before? Nice find by the way!
Thanks for the Re-post.. Funny how fast time flys. I was in Mexico last week and one of our pay diggers pulled this out about 40 feet from where that pretty white (not really a Friday) came from... I didn't think it was a Friday more like Kinney... Still not sure but it's still my best find so far.
3 inch perfect Bulverde ?
Does your "Not a Friday" have a ground base ?
This stone has a smooth ground finish on the inside of the concave base but the outsides at the base don't have much grinding. They are not ground smooth like I have seen on other stones. I found another base about 50 feet away alittle futher down in the ground as well as farther down the drain toward the creek. It is well ground on the out side edges and the base is concave. I don't think It's Clovis anymore but it is Paleo. I posted it here, Post named " Clovis at Libertyhill" I think. Here is a shot of the smooth side. What Do you think it is ?
Thanks Redman ! If it is Plainview it is bigger than anything in Overstreets 11th. It is 4 and 3/8 inches.
I'll have to send some photos to the guy's making overstreets 13th. Another 5 and 1/2 Inch Cibolo was found about 100 feet away. I'm on my way to the mound to open a wall of flint. Happy Hunting.