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Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Dave's ACT- Grinding Grooves.

Dave's ACT

2 comments:

Dave Reid said...

Thanks for the link Le Loup!

I'm very interested in the archaeology of these sort of artefacts. The time before the tomahawk, horse and musket. Be they American Indians or the Australian Aboriginal.

Being an (amateur) hunter of stone tools here in Australia I am envious of the prolific production of Indian Arrowheads in Canada and the US. Very beautiful and cleverly manufactured things out of a natural resource.

Your very lucky having grooves nearby too Keith... Cheers Dave

Le Loup said...

I get this peculiar feeling when touching old things like these grooves. I had the same feeling as a kid touching the walls and the dungeon shackles of Arundel Castle in West Sussex England.
Keith.