Fluorescent Testicle: This sounds like a job for...
Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZ[i.imgur.com image 850x566]
Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZ
WelldeadLink: Border Patrol gives pottery to Forest Service? Why not give it to the U.S. Pottery Agency?
BretMavrik: Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZCame in to say the same thing. When we were kids we'd spend a lot of time playing out in the desert and going arrowhead hunting; just walk around for a few hours around an arroyo or playa and you could easily fill your pockets. Pottery was so common you didn't bother to pick it up unless it was painted. Unbroken arrowheads and turquoise beads were the real prizes. Finding an intact pot very rare; unless it was found in a cave it was assumed you were a digger, which is illegal without a permit. We came across many sites where there was clearly digging going on; it was mostly minor stuff but we found one place where someone had brought in a loader or backhoe. So many pieces of similar pottery so close together... you knew it was a pretty nice site that probably had a lot of intact stuff until the jackass came along and destroyed it.
Godscrack: [imageshack.us image 634x466]Stop. Or we will throw you in the kiln.
Worst Name I Ever Heard: Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZ[i.imgur.com image 850x566]That's a pretty cool discovering.
barefoot in the head: It's "sherds".
IAMTHEINTARWEBS: Godscrack: [imageshack.us image 634x466]Stop. Or we will throw you in the kiln.KILN?What self respecting, pre-columbian American used a kiln?
Hack Patooey: Worst Name I Ever Heard: Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZ[i.imgur.com image 850x566]That's a pretty cool discovering.This is the coolest bit we found, but the picture doesnt do it justice. All sorts of indentations on it. There were maybe a dozen like this.[i.imgur.com image 850x566]
Hack Patooey: barefoot in the head: It's "sherds".Ermagherd! Sherds!
vudukungfu: I found a prehistoric cave in NM when I was 13, had all kinds of cool stuff in it.the ranch owners sent out a whole arch. team from the university.It's kinda of a secret place, because it's right off a hiking trail.
puckrock2000: Has anyone really been far even as discovery to use even go want to do look more like?
dryknife: When I lived in NM some years ago an old (pre-pueblo) medicine bag was found near Cerrillos that contained some "usual" items but also contained plant matter and feather that were not indigenous to the area and came from way down in South America somewhere. Some plants in the bag were unidentifiable.
Hack Patooey: This kind of stuff is all over the place in NM/AZFrom summer 2011
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