Monthly Archives: March 2012

Spring is Here

A Zebra Swallowtail outside the window:

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Hardy Middle School Pond-Stocking

Pete Hill from DC’s Dept. of Environment had contacted me about putting fish in the new Hardy Middle School pond. The pond appears to be mostly lifeless, with the exception of mosquito larvae and some other aquatic bugs. Last week, … Continue reading

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Point Types, Thousands of Years Apart, Merge

This example of a rhyolite point follows both Kirk and Susquehanna characteristics. Both types of points have been found at this site, and in the case of this point, I found it out of context on the tailings of a … Continue reading

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Over-the-Top Artifacts

I took my annual pilgrimage to the Smithsonian’s Natural History archives today in attempt to find some Adena artifacts from the Delmarva peninsula. Although none were found, curiosities abound. The 3/4 grooved axe (or probably more accurate – maul) is … Continue reading

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