Saturday, July 30, 2011

"The 'headwaters' of the Buckland River, just in from of a non-disclosed 'Gold Mine' potential (placer deposits identical to the deposits in Candle mine) that the village keeps secret from inquirers, I gained ground as my only interests were Mammoth fossils. This region has thousands of years of native Inuit occupation, and their indications are along the river banks...abundantly."  "It is not a broken log in the gravel bar, but a section of Woolly Mammoth Tusk, for my studio"  "Even though it is perhaps 20,000 years in age, it is still quality...ivory."

1 comment:

  1. Oh man, what a treasure! I hope I can find such a beautiful thing one time in my life, too!