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    North Central Arkansas

  • #2
    Yes. A band or bands of softer material eroded, scoured out. This often happens when rocks are embedded in a creek bed that doesn't have a lot of flow. Sand and rocks scour past it. The eroded part almost always has a V shape where the point of the V was pointing upstream...
    Professor Shellman
    Tampa Bay


    • #3
      I agree with Tom
      South Dakota


      • #4
        Found this years ago. The groove was the only part showing through the soil. You can imagine the deflation when I unearthed it. I kept it though just for this very reason.
        The chase is better than the catch...
        I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...


        • redrocks
          redrocks commented
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          How u been Frank? That's definitely a ...bring home piece

        • gregszybala
          gregszybala commented
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          So close!

      • #5
        I have to agree I have found such things myself and always bring them home. Kim
        Knowledge is about how and where to learn more Knowledge that you seek. Snyder County Pa.