I have been meaning to to post this since turkey season.
I was chasing a flock on Vetrans day and happened across this neat rock overhang. I had to check it out and and while watching for birds that I had just busted up I saw an odd piece of metal in a crevice. Actually there were several pieces. About 10" long, pointed but no edge on it.
Curious if anyone has an idea what they are.
This was found on a mountainside far from agriculture and it didn't look like a timber or quarry type tool to me.
there is a place on forest land in tioga county where they used to cut mill
stones. don't know what kind of tools they used but this could have been
a similar operation. don't know much about different stones but they look
the same type of stone.
Couldn't really see any evidence of stone cutting here, the iron had no edge or real heft (thickness) to be used as a wedge or chisel, hard to figure what they are.
My initial thought was harrow blades but this is on a steep mountain side.