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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-17-2008, 01:48 PM
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i use to look for arrow heads along the elk river. down towards ardmore al i think. it was a long long time ago. nope its ardmore tn.

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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-17-2008, 02:21 PM
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We need to buy some of that acreage behind your house. Or I could buy some of it and then charge you to hunt on it.



One thing that attracted us to our house was the mile or 2 of wooded area behind it. Then we found out that a subdivision was already planned and surveyed. Blah.

Ahh well, guess you have to make a sacrifice or two for broadband cable and town only 10 mins away.

That is one sweet backyard view. You should talk the gent who sold you the house, into selling you some acreage out back. I'll bet it would go cheap. It's too hilly to be great farm land, and too far out to attract a big developer, right? Perfect for someone who just wants to kick back in a lawn chair with a pair of binoculars, or go 4-wheeling.
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Or I could buy some of it and then charge you to hunt on it.
Thats when little brother would show big brother how to roll in the dirt
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post #14 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-17-2008, 05:35 PM
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don't make me pull over and stop this thread. grin do you guys ever go and look for arrow heads? i have quite a collection from all over giles county
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Buckfever, very nice home. Hope you find lots of peace and quiet there. Remember what I said, you have to pace yourself! there's a lot to be said for balance, play time and work.
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Thats when little brother would show big brother how to roll in the dirt
Who's in the red corner and who's in the blue corner?
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Timber if brothers are going at it there is usually no corners.. As soon as you get the chance fists start flyin'

Yeah ronn we use to look for arrow heads around some farm land near my old house whenever the farmers tilled the ground. I've never done it next to the river though. Thats a darn good idea.
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It's usually easier to find them along waterways because most NA tribes settled along them back in the day.
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where there is a joining of water ways is even better. the place we went is a place where the bed rock showed and you could see where the raw material came from. we have maybe 5000 pieces. i use to talk to old timers way back when and they would tell me about skipping them down the road at night to see the sparks.
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Great looking place with a super view. Is that a big covered patio? Very nice!
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