I didn't know where to post this so I posted here.My buddy's son Dylan found a "Clovis arrow head" today while digging for bottles.I know these are hard to find whole, and are the most sought after of all arrow heads.Could be 11,000 years old a bit older then the bottles we dig LOL Anyway since my buddy Paul does not go on line much,I posted for him. I know there are some head hunters here.
YES HE WILL STEVE. ITS A PUCE EAGLE KIND OF FEELING FOR HIM [:)] LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHINGS PLACE IS DEAD MAN!! WOW ON FACE BOOK I POSTED THE KIDS FIND AND I GOT TONS! OF REPLY'S HEAD HUNTERS AND NON HEAD HUNTERS ALIKE. I JUST LOOKED AT THE POSTS THAT HAVE 0 COMMENTS HERE ,WOW THE GOOD OLE DAYS HERE ARE GONEEEEEEEE! GONE
NICE! I used to hunt arrowheads a LOT when I was in JR/highschool. Found a ton of points and other artifacts back then but only found one Clovis type point but it wasn't fluted. MAN, If only those things could talk, what a story they could tell.
Well my Grand father lived on an old battle ground where Sullivans army battled with the Seneca Indians. He had grapes and raspberries as crops. And at one time had several metal buckets of arrow heads,and mini bullets. I still have some, but he traded a lot of them off for beer at a nearby bar. Life does all kinds of things to vunerable people. RED Matthews
WOW very cool. I have several points but I never found a Clovis yet. Paleo, Woodland mostly. I hunted for them in Kentucky and Ohio. There are tons of articles about Clovis points on the web. www.austindiggers.com is a very good site for referencing them as well as others.
Yep an Elmer's glue stick. Sometimes the best solution is the simplest one. If you want to needlessly pay more for some museum quality adhesive go ahead. I've used glue sticks on early 1900's bottles...