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    Broken link, goes to a godaddy page:
    http://www.ksartifacts.info/
    Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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    Not sure what I’m looking for on that site ?

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    • Broken Arrow
      Broken Arrow commented
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      I was just reporting that the link was no longer good.

    • Lindenmeier-Man
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      K

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    Was interested in the trip to Egypt, that’s a bucket list deal for me to go to the Giza Plateau ... I’m gonna go alone so it will be just me that gets kilt....

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    • Lindenmeier-Man
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      Went on a cruise to Cozumel once , I went on a two hour drive into the tropical area to see some temples on a tour. I was worried about the Sandinistas and the tour guide said they were around... I wore long sleeves and pants, the others had shorts and T shirts on... Well, it weren’t the Sandinistas that was the problem... The mosquitoes nearly carried me off, it was a total blood bath for the others , no one had any repellant ! I could see how they built those temples , volcanic rock that wasn’t really heavy at all..Plants and trees growing out of pumice rocks.. JJ

    • Broken Arrow
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      I've always wanted to go to Egypt.

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    Thanks, Kansas, both state and universities have abandoned their lithic sites. I replaced the Kansas link with one to Iowa that is about Kansas lithics.
    Last edited by gregszybala; 11-27-2018, 07:07 PM.
    Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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    • Broken Arrow
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      I see. That U of I site with the in state and out of state drawers is awesome.

    • gregszybala
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      It is! Doesn't cover every state but they do a pretty good job. Worth the browse.

    • Broken Arrow
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      It's pretty good for the central Midwest states. Has most of the major lithics and some I wasn't familiar with. I wish it had more of the lesser known ones
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