Just moved up to Wyoming for work...waitin on the snow to melt a bit and see about finding some points up here..Im wonderin if my texas mentality of locating camps is gonna hack it up here with so many geographical and climatic differences. Wondering if off the bat I should focus on caves/rockshelters up in the hills and mountains i will have access to that are probably less hunted over, or stick with the creeks and rivers in the open country lowlands...hoping to maybe get into some historic period steel trade points up here....If anyone knows much about this country or has any ideas they're much appreciated...thanks yall
DAM...That's really B I G ( and beautiful ) country...
You bet your patooties that area will be different than your TX camps....
I went to the Ovrsts NP section to see what the points up there look like...What a surprise....That section might have the most DIFFERENT ...PALEO of all the other sections.
thanks yall...i was definitely expecting something different up here...I love all the snow on the ground, but looking forward to it melting so i can get out there....ill post some pics of the country over the next few months for sure
Did some point hunting on Flicker's cousin's place there in Idaho. Found some nice obsidian and agate birds and a couple of Paleo points.
We were up in Montana at one of the Indian jewelry stores and the owner has some property in Wyoming. She said she's found over 40,000 trade beads on her place. Found so many that she's using them on clothing and jewelry that she sells.