torbjon wrote:Shaman: Is there a college / university near you with an archeology department? Maybe (discreetly) hit up a professor or a few students and see what they have to say about the artifacts...
torbjon wrote:Dude! Nice finds! Thank you for taking the time to take pics and share...
torbjon wrote:I'm a bit confused though... Your OP had this line it:
"I suggested to a Friend that we should look around a natural Spring I knew of that existed on my Families Property."
But here you say:
"You have to remember that this site is located on a farmers wheat field that gets plowed up about twice a year."
So is it Your Families property or some Other families property or does this farmer lease the land from your family or what?
torbjon wrote:It may seem kind of a mundane site to you, but it seems really Cool to me, and perhaps a great place for local college kids to get some real field experience in, tha's all...
torbjon wrote:Love your collection though, Very Jealous.
torbjon wrote:Okay, I think I got a lay of the land now that makes sense, thanks muchly...
torbjon wrote:With the amount of stuff you've found from the plowed up side of the road it sure seems like a rather large group of people living there for a prolonged period of time... whereas the Farmers side of the road is by far the easiest place to poke around, there's Gotta be oodles of groovy goodies on Your side of the road too, don'tcha think?
torbjon wrote:Maybe not in the same concentrations, but still... We're only talking a few hundred feet at best between his easy to pick land and your overgrown pain in the butt land, right? It would do the college kids some good to get out in the rattle snake infested, thorn ridden home for ticks and scratch some near virgin overgrown soil for artifacts, ya know?
After all, that's what it's all about.
torbjon wrote:And never apologize for sharing pics *pokes* Doesn't matter how good the shot is, someone (else) will always complain. I think the shot shared is Great. We need to lean on Mojo to get the rest of his collection photographed and online as well. The more the merrier, right?
torbjon wrote: We need to lean on Mojo to get the rest of his collection photographed and online as well. The more the merrier, right?
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