Not a bad day. No snow yet and the creeks are nice and dry. The left broke is Obsidian and likely a Shoshone arrow point. The scraper and drill are basalt and very very old. The turtle back was used for sharpening and it also a nice artifact.
The Basalt drill may have been an awl. It dates to the Cascade period and is about 9000 to 10,000 years old. It was in a creek bed and is in perfect condition. Tough stuff to knap.
Very nice. And unique
And RARE...I checked the Ovrsts book where nobody every looks...in the front color plates. I can only find 2 examples of Idaho points...one of which is Basalt..see pg 58
While your there..notice that OREGON absolutely dominates the NW...My personal advise to you is to
concentrate your hunting area to Streams that originate in OR