So, my question is how do we get started? Besides just walking and looking I know that much! Should we concentrate on streams and river edges after water recedes? Walk plowed fields in the spring after the rocks and heads are pushed up? Any specific parts of the state better than others? Are there any clubs in WI that specialize in this? I'd appreciate any help someone with experience can give or if you have a spot for us to walk we'd surely appreciate that too! Thanks.
If you are in it for the right reasons, make friends with the true people of the land. Teach your son to respect the history. I search too...but no native tool is as it appears to be. Each has a purpose. On my first journey (almost 40 years ago) I found an piece. My Friend explained that this was not a hunting tool. It was a weapon of war. He explained that the shape was for humane retraction. Most Native American people did not believe in human suffrage.