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Roryborealis
Roryborealis
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9/29/2016
Roryborealis
Roryborealis
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I don't really have much to say about this site except for it's a very peaceful area and unfortunately lays right over a well used dirt road. It's amazing when pottery sherds appear and disappear as weather takes place. Iv'e been given many opinions to this spot to which could be a burial, a trash midden or just a heavily used area.
I would love to know what anybody thinks or has to say about it.











This boulder with one slick and some streaks lays near the site.

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sddarkman619
sddarkman619
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10/1/2016
sddarkman619
sddarkman619
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I'd probably sit there and try to put some of the pieces back together.
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Roryborealis
Roryborealis
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10/3/2016
Roryborealis
Roryborealis
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Probably make a lot of olla's lol. These photos do no justice of just how extensive the area was with sherds.
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rockhopper
rockhopper
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10/4/2016
rockhopper
rockhopper
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I've seen areas like that. Grazing cattle in the past probably liked the ancient camping areas also. Further reducing the sherd sizes.
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