More Arrowhead Finds

These were all found in East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, or Indiana. (Indiana finds are all Nick’s.)

I love this new hobby 🙂 I have tried other forms of “getaways” and stress relievers over the years like Hiking (which I still love), DIY projects, reading, girls’ night out, etc. But, for a mom that is always in demand, this has been one of the most relaxing hobbies I’ve ever tried my hand at. The best part? Most of these fields are so remote, I have no cell phone reception 🙂  It’s like a magical gift from the daily grind of a never-ending string of phone calls, messages, and social media beeps going off.

This will be my last post about arrow-head hunting until late fall this year. Sadly, farmers are planting their crops now or will be very soon. Arrowhead field hunting is coming to a close for the season 🙁

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I will stop with the pictures for now 😉


  1. Wow! That is a TON of arrowheads! My Dad used to have a pretty large collection that he found as a child growing up in southwest Wisconsin. He just brought up the story again the other day because his mom threw them all away because he always left them laying around! It’s one of his biggest regrets!

  2. My husband loves doing this! I don’t mind looking for a time, but my attention span isn’t that great. He does the same with sharks teeth at the beach, so I just let him do his thing while I watch the waves (or the children : )

    • I use to always watch the kids too, but now that they are older (teenagers) they don’t require as much attention 🙂 I have noticed that the number of men interested in this hobby do far out number the women. But, I have also noticed that women have a far better eye for them 🙂 When we go out, I can find twice or three times as many as my husband does during the same trip 😉

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