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    I don't dig without permission nor will I. I was only pointing out the hypocrisy of the situation. Urban sprawl/Economic advancement has no interest in saving sites. Once the concrete is down, the site is pretty much gone forever. No one gets to see the artifacts at that point!

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    I agree! When I came to Austin I could walk across it, now the traffic and sprawl has turns this once small city into a throbbing monster eating up everything in it's way! Not a day go by that I dont look at what must be site after site being destroyed. The private archies hired to do the archaeological assays are loathed by the academian archies because of their signing off on a lot of this. Still if we are not careful we are one pen stroke away from everything protected into oblivion and being excluded from our passionate interest!

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    I don't see legislation ever telling property owners they can't dig their property. That would be a slamming nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wal1809 View Post
    I don't see legislation ever telling property owners they can't dig their property. That would be a slamming nightmare.
    Texas is one of the rare ones. We are blessed. There are plenty of states where a land owner can't even stick a shovel in the ground to plant a flowerbed with out permits.

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    lol...people arguing about artifacts that do not belong to anybody but the natives...i think illegal artifact digging is the last thing we need to worry about in this country...this is another reason i flintknap now more than i hunt...
    When you are riding in a time machine way far into the future,
    Do not stick your elbow out of the window, Or it will turn into a fossil.

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    Wow! Jay must be a nomad with no home and no property! He certainly doesn't own anything since that might be construed as infringing on a site!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ostrander_Hunter View Post
    Wow! Jay must be a nomad with no home and no property! He certainly doesn't own anything since that might be construed as infringing on a site!
    Wow! You really nailed it. /sarc/

 

 

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