Monthly Archives: November 2016

Thanksgiving Kalua Turkey Luau-Style

For the second year in a row I cooked the Thanksgiving bird in the fire pit.  Bit of guesswork as to when it would be ready, but my 10-pounder was cooked thoroughly after being in the pit for 3:15 hrs. … Continue reading

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Large Soapstone Bowl Fragment

A neighbor found the above steatite rimsherd recently by the Potomac River.  It’s a very large fragment of a soapstone bowl.  Chisel marks are visible on its surface.

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Slingstones from Stoneage Hawaii

Here are two different types of sling stones on display at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu.  The ones on display were mostly of a subtle football shape, with the rare exception of the star-shape one at top.

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