T hat picture of grindstone on the lake was taken in the 60's so who knows what one would find
but i would not repeat not go out collecting with out a permit and asking a lot of local people and the law enforcement about what you intent is.
there we have that out of way.
I have seen people get permits to go for Novaculite for flint napping .
here is the fence around Dan's waterstone site .
South verging angular fold within thin-bedded middle Arkansas Novaculite.
but i think for the trouble i just buy from the man himself .
when he has stones like this and the equipment to cut and flatten .
Eh, who's gonna notice? someone snap me off a piece, I'll give you a bbw for it
Translucent Arkansas stone.
OK Eamon you drive I'LL drive shotgun, literally .
dam stone thievery .
Not that I approve of killing tortoises for their shells, but those tortoise shell handles are stunning.
Kill the turtles for soup. Then make handles.
Grindstone city is pretty close to where I live. When I was a kid there was an old abandoned hunting camp that had a small one built into a wood holder with a foot pedal.
My cottage is 5 minutes away from Grindstone City. I grew up eating fried Perch at the Grindstone Grill. Lake Huron is absolutely gorgeous.
So you're going to snap me off a piece of grindstone?
Fried perch , nice lake and grindstones and history sounds like a good time .
Haha, well... Honestly, I just moved to Philly, so I don't think I'll be around the tip of the thumb this year. So sad, it's such a beautiful place. Unlike Philly.
Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery