Thats it !!. . . . . . A lookout on high ground was an attraction to all ancient people. I've been on several really mean looking hills around Amistad
that had no possibility of a camp ground...but there was plenty of flint flakes. ( points long gone from earlier surfacers in the 18 hundreds ! )
You have my attention. . . . > " paleo to birdies in the same washout "
That could be a goldmine almost as rich as some camps..no matter how humble.
Hands & knees & basic scratching tools...get right down to bedrock...if you do
try it, do a long area, dont lose hope with just a small " test hole "
We've had brillient success with several "washouts"...To see, type in DRYWASH in search block above...especially " DRYWASH 6 & 7 -11 "
be sure to hit " VIEW ENTIRE THREAD "
In case your too old & frail and cant get out of your to do a proper test dig I'll offer to do it for you absolutely free, no charge.
Sure, I would like to have you out one weekend but I am pretty booked up... wife is going to have a baby in a couple months and it is fishing season.
I only live about 30 minutes so I head over there when I have a couple hours to kill. Around Christmas I had a guy from here (Scott A) come out. We dug for a while with no success but found a good amount on the surface. When I know I will have a free day or two I will contact you to see if you can make it out.