Lucky you guys! I just looked at some of your walks, and what beautiful country you guys live in.
Thanks, Maia. We are so lucky to know country like this. Love it!
Wow, that is something that my husband has looked for since he was a young boy growing up in Northeast Illinois.
There's something about an arrowhead. In fact, my grandmother would find arrowheads in the plowed fields of northeast Wisconsin! Tell the hubby not to give up!
What an amazing find!! Here's ours: http://1000hoursoutside.com/2013/11/01/this-moment-7/
Thanks! He sure was happy!
Beautiful! A gift indeed.http://your-fonder-heart.blogspot.com/2013/10/this-moment_30.html?m=1
Thanks, Emma. We are grateful to the gods every time we pick up an artifact like this.
Another one! Do you often find arrowheads out walking? or are they rare and this is a real treat to find two in such a short period of time? They're really amazing - l'd love to learn more about them.
We usually find a few on our hikes, but it depends on the amount of vegetation covering the ground. There was quite a bit of rain in Colorado in the late summer so they have been a little harder to spot. During the peak of the drought-about a year ago-we found quite a few arrowheads.We wander along the rim of the mesas with the dogs and from time to time come across areas of stone chips. These are the places where prehistoric people made stone tools and arrowheads. It's near these areas that there will sometimes be a nice arrowhead or two.
That's incredible. Your photos are exquisite. A moment that melted this mama's heart... http://sofiasideas.com/2013/11/01/this-moment-89/
Thanks, Sofia. Glad you enjoy the photos.