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    Posted 13 days ago

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    Here are a few pictures of one of my main hobbies collecting artifacts first pictures is the results of a weekend in the great basin next one of my best weekends the picture was taken Saturday mid morning dug until late Sunday wound up with 135 good points next is the results of my X and me surface hunting on Shasta Lake my old Chris Craft burned up in the Jones fire last but not least the only picture I have of my pop and me digging the basin all digs were on private property with permission man I miss those days

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 13 days ago
      first class my friend most excellent !!!!!!!!!!!
      all the very best malkey 1412
      25th march 2020 year
      the omega man
    2. flashlarue, 13 days ago
      Beautiful gem points
    3. OLECODY OLECODY, 13 days ago
      Thanks MALKEY and flashlarue for the nice comments and to all else for the love
    4. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 13 days ago
      Hi “Willy”, are these Chumash? In my area, that is what was found, many moons ago. When they tore down the old bridge going from AvilaBeach to Port SanLuis, they had to widen the road by cutting into the mountain. This was in the early 60’s. My Father would drive this road every morning to Port to fish.( commercial fisherman). The bowls would just roll off the newly torn up banks and into the road. My Dad picked up several of them.
      As kids, growing up in Avila, we knew every inch of our town, from top to bottom. We found an ancient Chumash burial ground. We never told anyone where it was! One guy, Marc, brought a shell necklace to school still in tact, and gave everyone a “bead”. But we told him to never disturb the site again. We were kids. To this day, it remains undisturbed and “ the kid’s of Avila’s secret” ...I’ll never tell :)
    5. OLECODY OLECODY, 12 days ago
      Hello Eileen nope not Chumash the smaller arrowheads are Wintu the larger pieces from the basin nobody really knows it is Paiute country but they did not get there until about 3000 years ago these are much older when lake Lahotna started drying up the area changed and the natives dispersed
      Cool story about your pop and the bowls do you still have them?? Glad you did not dig into the graves we never dug one either we just dug the camps KARMA
    6. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 12 days ago
      Over 3000 years old, doesn’t the thought just blow you away? They lived off the land, never harming a thing. Then Luis & Clark came over and in 200 years, we wreck the country.
      No, I don’t have the bowls or pestals. When I moved from The Ranch, I gave soooo much away. My Dad was a rock hound too. I actually put many rocks back in the creek behind the house. I had so much to deal with, over 50 years accumulation!
      As far as the graves, they are right on the ocean, just a few feet where they wrecked havoc building that road, but it’s on a separate “rock hill”. Never touched, a miracle really.

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