That's the pleasure of surface hunting, Paleo's and Perdiz on the same level. I'd go with Golondrina on that last one also. Hadn't had a chance to get out myself on the creek but we didn't catch that much rain down here. Half inch just settled the dust.
It just drives me crazy trying to fiqure how a older point can turn up on the surface, this field had been recently plowed less than a foot deep!
FLINT FLOATS ...And apparently so do diamonds..
They plow that diamond state park in AK every once in a while to expose "new" diamonds.
Professional surface flint hunters reportedly have favorite fields they hunt yr after yr after new plowing.
Your report of an amphibious skidster really goes against the norm of camp location. The old boys knew
well the hazards of a flash floods and camped higher.
Maybe your guys just camped low and parked their vehicles on high ground.
Yeah, learned my lesson, but the skidsteer out of sight and out of mind until I realized how much it rained!! The camps are up out of flood area. Left out early and did not bring camera and really missed out on some good pics! Thanks for the looks.