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Thread: Glue residue?

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    So whats your decision on it then Dennis it looks the same to me. I see I couldnt fool you by using Woodland instead of rock, haha
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    Woodland / Rock I would go with what others have told you . I only know whats on my examples

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    I like the name rock better but Woodland came to me due to the artifacts I find are mostly from that time frame. You can call me rock if you like Im not trying to hide Im wide open and loving the thrill of the hunt.
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    I have thought this was glue residue for maybe a handle. Thoughts?
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    here's an Alamo Stemmed with Asphaltum on the stem. I see a fair amount of Asphaltum on points I find locally. One can see Asphaltum washing up on beaches in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties northwest of me. Some beaches are a wash with Asphaltum and one has to be careful or you'll tar the bottom of your sandals..

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