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Offline William SidmoreTopic starter
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« on: August 21, 2010, 07:23:24 am »
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"My entire focus in Alaska was the search of sculpture materials for my art studio.  I bought a great deal of Woolly Mammoth Ivory and preferred to camp in the Arctic drifting down remote rivers which remained secret until a few years ago.  The photo of a walrus ivory harpoon projectile with a slate blade insert was discovered in a 'ground squirrel' den.  As the squirrel opened his entry, he inadvertently discovered this harpoon in situ.  Below this harpoon was the blade slate insert and an additional harpoon of caribou antler.  Discovered south of Nome, Alaska approximately twenty five miles south."   

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« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2010, 11:33:52 am »
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William,

Looks like you definitely had great knowledge of the area you were hunting for fossils and other items in. Looks like you spent many years there without being bothered. Must have been nice to have the area all to your self for so many years! When was the last time you were out for a hunt in your productive areas? Congrats on your very nice treasures!

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Those who say it cannot be done.....
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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..........Thanks much for the pics

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