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  • #16
    Sweetness

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    • #17
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ID:	343048 Here is my site frame. The frame, once again was a gift from Sugaree. Without him, this wouldn’t be possible. Lol. Anyway....
      From the center:
      The diagonal going to the upper right corner, are mostly Cottonwood Leaf
      The diagonal going to the upper left corner, are mostly Plains Triangular
      Straight up are small little birdies
      Right below the center, are the corner notched points called Pelican lakes
      Left and right of center are the side notched points, called Prairie Side notched and Plains Side notched
      The diagonal going to the lower right are mostly Avonlea
      There are a few Hanna’s and a few Besants mixed in.
      There are types placed here and there that don’t fit the above description, but you will get the picture.
      Thanks for looking

      My name is Gary. I live in NE South Dakota

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      • redrocks
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        Very nice frame SD

    • #18
      How many years of finding is in the frame Gary? I like how you arranged your frame. Lots of good finds

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      • SDhunter
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        I’m thinking around 7 years. I get to hunt roughly 2-3 months out of the year. I have some stuff from other sites, but not enough to fill another frame. I probably could fill one with just scrapers

      • SurfaceHunter
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        That’s a long time of looking. I like scrapers to. Most don’t post the every day tools but I enjoy finding them to. I think it’s all interesting but points are harder to find. Well done and thanks for sharing

    • #19
      Gawd you guys are killin me!
      Professor Shellman

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      • #20
        North San Gabriel Site Frames.
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        • SurfaceHunter
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          Good looking frames kris

        • redrocks
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          Very cool

        • south fork
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          Great site collections

      • #21
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        This is my Favorite Frame in my collection. Myself and two other guys found all of these in the last two years on a single site. They sold all of their finds to me. Nothing but Darrel's, Ensors, Fairlands, Birdies, Knives, drills. gouges.. They were a lot of fun to find.
        Last edited by KrisRock; 01-09-2019, 02:02 PM.

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        • KrisRock
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          Shunter, the drills are Ensor w notches, Darrel, w square base, Fairland gouge. Not sure what the Longhorn looking one is. The knives are 3 Darrel blades, Harahay, Ensor blade, then Kinney knife.

        • SurfaceHunter
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          I like the Harahay the best nice brown color

        • p kurt
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          I looked at this thread last night and seen your frames and was pumped up! Dang that's some spot ya got there.

      • #22
        Very nice Kris hard to get a frame of perfect points nowadays

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        • #23
          The Brushy feeder creek was very generous. It gave us a "B" Frame. This tells the rest of the Story as Paul Harvey would Say. This frame has all of the archaic found in the camp,and all of the B grade pieces. Again mostly Birdies with Fairland, Ensor, Darrel, and small blades of the same.
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          • #24
            Do how long have you been on that site? Another good frame

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            • KrisRock
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              This site we thought was done a couple of times. My buddy moved to the property a couple years back. He stumbled on this transitional camp, above the Arcaic camp there that was almost completely dug three years back. We dug on and off for the last two years in the Trans camp, nice cause it was close by and we didn't have to dig deeper than 18 inches paid off good.

          • #25
            Slate - Basalt - Shale mostly archaic in age all one camp central Sierra Nevada foothills the trade beads are off our place .

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            • KrisRock
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              Awesome Frame Dennis! Those beads are bad A$$. Did you find all of those?

            • south fork
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              KrisRock yes personal finds I have a case of trade beads all off of our old homestead .

            • SurfaceHunter
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              What age are the trade beads Dennis? I don’t know much about them but like them

          • #26
            Awesome frame..just the slate points alone it's amazing you found so many

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            • #27
              I just saw this and looked at the date .. I was hunting but boy did I enjoy this . KrisRock that first case is killing me . Everything is so perfect .

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              • KrisRock
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                Tam, that's because they were protected by three to five feet of Texas solid packed ground. When those came out you just sat there thinking.... Well the last guy that held this was walking around right here 3500 to 8000 years ago. It puts the biggest grin on my face!

            • #28
              These trade beads are all from family property one site at American Flat Georgetown Divide N. California .

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              • #29
                Those are beautiful. My brother lives in Eldorado Hills, my sisters in Rocklin, and my Father is in Roseville. Nice to know if I return to Northern CA. When I retire there are killer things to be found there. I guess the key like all artifact hunting is knowing the right piece of property to buy or get access too. Sweet show.

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                • #30
                  You guys have some amazing finds

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