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    Junior Relic Hunter
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    Man made?

    While out at the NSR a few days ago, I found the following in an area where I've found most of my NSR points. I picked it up in case it was man made. I know there are red zones further upstream but I haven't run across this type of material in said zones. What intrigued me was what appeared to be two to three layers as well as the red on one side and dark grey on the other. Man made or sedimentary layers?

    Thanks in advance
    David
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    Natural -sedimentary layers

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    Very good. Thank you autographcollector.

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    I agree sedimentary layers

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    I agree. Just a natural formation.
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    Agree. Looks natural sedimentary layers.

 

 

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