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Old 03-28-2012, 02:32 AM   #1
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Mushroom hunting today and fond a few Arrow-Heads in the creek........

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Old 03-28-2012, 03:04 AM   #2
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You're so lucky. I found one once and I was ecstatic!!! Sometimes I scour the farmer's fields after they have plowed and stirred up the soil. I haven't found anything yet.

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...are you sure? How do you know there not Pakistani Arrow Heads?
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I think NDNs often lost arrowheads while hunting mushrooms.

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You saying I'm Tripping...........

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They had the dot.
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I have several I have found over the years and I found a Axe head about 14 yrs ago while walking a field edge going to my tree stand one afternoon

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Ya never know what you'll stumble across, we used to find sharks teeth in the quarry we worked in...nowhere near the ocean...crazy

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Land sharks...........
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They had the dot.
Oh those Indians! He said Indian and I was thinking Dot not Feather...

Not being one for political correctness I suggest using Injun "in the John Wayne venacular" when discussing our feathered friends. I feel it will prevent further confusion and being 1/4 Injun myself, I can get away with it.

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