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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by slow-bow, Jan 4, 2007.
Sonora Decatur, Meade county Ky
Nice piece. I feel like I’ve seen it before. Is it in a book?
I’d love to put that through a big nanny’s cage.
I found this pipe this spring tore me up.
It has been pictured in central states and prehistoric American both. I bought it from the finder a couple months back.
That’s funny! I thought it looked familiar. Keep up the pics. Love it man.
Nice little Kirk Corner Notch that I just recently plucked off a river bank.
Anybody like Sonora lost lakes?
I found a Cave in Hardin County that the walls are 2 to 3 feet thick in Chert/Flint. I believe the Cave was the source of most of the Sonoran Chert from this area.
I’m sure it is a source, but that is tabular flint that you have and most artifacts are made from nodular flint. That tabular flint like you are holding fractures and had many faults in it which makes it hard to knapp. There are many Creek banks and limestone walls along the river that are loaded with flint like that. It’s does have beautiful color though.
Sonora pinetree Hardin County, Ky