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Monday, September 30, 2019

Happy Monday to All!

We had a wonderful early winter this year getting our first snowfall about a month early!
So I and a few like minded hikers (great guys) and I decided we would go hike up to Tizer Dolmen and check out the area! 

Couldn't have asked for a better day out!
We talked a lot about natural vs. non-natural structures, about the known history surrounding these sites, and to my surprise they have found many that others have missed! We discussed purpose if construction, age, and pretty  much everything else! 

Here's some pictures of out trip, Enjoy!

Shows locations and pictures so you can. go explore and make up you own minds! 

 Tizer Dolmen from the front with first snow of 2019!

 Tizer Dolmen with a light snow all around (rear)!

 Split rock right above the Dolmen!
See you out there!!

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Hello Everyone and Welcome Back!

I have something a little different for you today!
Were going to be showing the artifacts on displays for the oldest human remains found in North America! The Ansik Child of Clovis decent. This is the oldest human remains found from the Clovis Culture every and the cash of artifacts found with the body. These are all on display at the Montana Natural History Museum if you want to visit!

"The skeleton of the Clovis child—which experts determined belonged to a young boy about one to one-and-a-half years old—was discovered in 1968 in the Anzick burial site in western Montana. Dozens of ochre-covered stone tools found at the site were consistent with Clovis technology, and radiocarbon dating revealed that the skeleton was approximately 12,600 years old."

Here are some of the pictures and information. ENJOY!

Ansik Artifacts!

 Guide for display case below:
 Right side of display case.
 Left side of display case.
 Close up of "fluted" point and point and tips made from quartz.
This pictures shows the bone tools used.

This display shows the process of making tools!

This display shows the process of making the Clovis points! 

Here is some more information the Museum had on display with the Ansik collection!

These were some of the notes posted around the Clovis artifacts!

So I hoped you enjoyed a close look at our ancient history! 
I sure did! 
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Don't forget the Dolmens in Montana .Kmz (google earth file) with locations is available in the two posts below!