Nancy’s Photo a Week Challenge: Over One Hundred Years Old
I found these old stone tools on my place a few years ago. I bet the bloke who lost them was quite annoyed. My place is part of a very large property that was settled by white fellas over one hundred years ago and has been subdivided over the years
The underside of the stone axe and the chipping rock.
This stone is used to sharpen the stone axe
The stone axe. The most amazing thing is the axe fits snugly into my hand.
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I see faces almost everywhere
The unfortunately named Jap Pumpkin
“It may just be an old wives’ tale, but it is said that Jap pumpkin derived its name from growers who weren’t sure of how to market it, so they chose the acronym of Just Another Pumpkin!”
The skull like tree
The goofiest slippers ever
This has to be the smuggest tree
Are you as shocked as this oil burner at the number of faces I have found?
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