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September 30, 2009

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caramama

That's so awesome! I remember how much I loved searching for fossils and even pretty rocks. The amazing things you can find in the ground.

My husband's grandparents have a farm, and part of their land was a place where American Indians used to meet up. His brother and mother have been finding incredible amounts of arrowheads. We are hoping the farm is still in the family in a couple years when our daughter will be old enough to look for them and understand what they are. I know she'd enjoy it to.

Tranq

The DelMarVa peninsula was apparently a central region for the Clovis people. On the bay-side of the peninsula, wave action has cut away the banks to easily expose the paleo-indian strata. Clovis people implements are found with moderate frequency on the bay-side beaches. Perhaps an indian hunt in the future..?

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