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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Flutes View Post
    How is Steve doing?

    He's doing good. His house is really nice and way out in the sticks. Had a fun time hangin out.
    ““There's nothing like a first arrowhead, a restored “like” button, and great alogy friends””. JH 2015-16

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    I heard the Jasper on Mars is already heat treated

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    Incredibly work being posted. It really makes me want to up my game. I got one knocked out of some Uber tough citronelle. It was really grainy, but worked fairly well. I got a useable point from it, but left a small stack near the base that refused to clear. Considering the material I am happy. Will post pics later.
    I'm not as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Flutes View Post
    I heard the Jasper on Mars is already heat treated
    Looks like it has good color too.
    ““There's nothing like a first arrowhead, a restored “like” button, and great alogy friends””. JH 2015-16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost Lake View Post
    A friend stopped by a couple days ago and brought some points that he'd traded out some work for. One of them was a fantastic huge Benton.

    After he left I was motivated to try one, but I'm low on good size raw pieces, so I grabbed a super tough piece of Ft. Payne Blueberry. I think this rock pushes back when you hit it. Anyhow, this is what I came up with. Tried to keep it looking like the old ones.
    That has a remarkable similar feel to one of the bentons from my cache. awesome work

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosesofthesouth View Post
    That has a remarkable similar feel to one of the bentons from my cache. awesome work
    Thanks! I love the big old cache quality Bentons. Something about the flaking and that wide rowboat outline. I'd been admiring the pics of your cache for some time, and always try to keep good ones like yours as a mental template.
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    Agate Basin

    Is this a good representation of "authentic" Agate Basin flaking?

    What have you knapped today? II-img_2230-jpg

    What have you knapped today? II-img_2231-jpg

    What have you knapped today? II-img_2232-jpg

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    Nice!!! What is it made from?

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    I think that is a piece of GBG from the Ft. Hood area. After cooking it, the outer skin was so reddened that I was unsure what it had been. It flaked really well.

    WA

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    Very nice WA, glad to see you breaking rock again.
    I'm not as good as I once was, but I'm as good once as I ever was.

 

 

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