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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaGary View Post
    Lets see the pic behind you on the wall too!
    Here you go. These are also Oklahoma, with a few from Kansas as well.
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    That is a beautifully done display Lyle if some very impressive artifacts.

    Nice photobomb as well. (Reflection) lol
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    Stunning !

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    Very nice design and artifacts. Looks like you have a few more in that room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by questor View Post
    Super duper! As are all of the frames that you share with us. Is that Beef Steak material in some of those larger blades? If so, then are pretty well representing some fine buffalo steak as well.
    Yes, about 95% of that frame is alibates. Most of the campsites in western Oklahoma have a strong alibates component to them.
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    Good looking artistic frame Lyle.

    The subject matter is a fine representation of the weaponry, tools and the animal that was most important to the Late Prehistoric hunters of the central Great Plains.
    Last edited by SmokyHill; 02-12-2018 at 09:48 AM.

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    Wowzers, that is a great grouping. If the finds were that good in the 70's, I can only imagine what hunting sites like those must have been during the dust bowl.

 

 

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