- Feb 13, 2021
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- Johnstown Colorado
Returned last night from Texas. The above image is of about 150 lbs of flint. It was so hot, over 100 degrees every day.
Not sure who it was, but someone asked to see images of the flint embedded in the limestone.
There is a previous post in this thread that shows a map of the limestone quarry.
The road through the northern edge of the quarry, cuts through the limestone ridge. On either side of the road, there’s a length of about 100 yrds where there is a continuous line of flint.
There’s several places where we picked up flint, but at this place…you get a great idea of how the flint is found in layers in the earth. It’s not randomly distributed.