Sunday, July 31, 2011

"Remarkable ancient Inuit end blade in keeping with Ipiutak micro-blade technology, beautiful blue-green cryptocrystalline chert, as with a length of 2.5 inches, and as thin as 1/16th of an inch...discovered in a sand blow-out beach ridge on the Choris Peninsula.  There were an assorted degree of flint type shards scattered throughout the entire beach ridge formations as well as many walrus vertebrates, bearded seal remnants and many small variety of bones of rabbit and crane, as many are caused by Toklat Grizzlies digging out squirrel burrows."  One can search areas for many hours, and not unlike 'big game' fishing, suddenly you have a strike and a fabulous artifact surfaces and makes it's...appearance."

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