Cicadas everywhere this year. They are deafening!
This is great! Got an idea for you. Indian arrow head points. I collect many varieties, but my favorite come from the Desert lands of the NW USA. ie Gunther and Desert General types. They are typically made of obscidian, a volcanic glass.
Thanks and great idea.
I am getting close to finishing this sketchbook but have many more border ideas left. After I do my Sketchbook Project 2012 book I might start another borders book.
Is this the sort of thing you have in mind, greyseal
It certainly is Uncle Bob. That is a nice one! Looks like a beautiful pine tree corner notched type. They are typically found in Kentucky and eastern Ohio. I have a similar one made of hornstone flint. If this is the real deal then it is between 8000 and 5000 bp (early archaic) Good on Ya! Regards, a handshake.
Well now I HAVE to do one ha ha ha. :thumbs up:
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