Paleo-Indian Oregon Tour
July 16, 2016 to July 24, 2016
Join Sacramento Archeological Society, Inc.’s Tour of Oregon Paleoindian, Obsidian and other Volcanic Sites.
• Paleoindian – The Older Than Clovis (OTC) sites include Sage Hen Gap, Rimrock Draw Rock Shelter, and Paisley Caves. Sheep Mountain is a Clovis Site on the tour.
• Geological – Over centuries Oregon was the site of extensive volcanic activity. The tour visits many prominent obsidian, and other volcanic sites including Fort Rock, Glass Buttes, French Glen Dump, Newberry Crater, Lava River Cave, Lava Butte, and Hole-in-the-Ground Volcanic Crater.
• Museums – A visit to Favell Museum in Kamath Falls begins the tour.
Dennis Fenwick, Sacramento Archeological Society, Inc Member is organizing the tour. If you are interested in joining any part of the tour and/or have questions, please contact Dennis Fenwick at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-281-7237 cell or 916-373-1465.
The number of participants may be limited. Reservations will be accepted by Dennis on a first come basis.
The tour is for members in good standing with membership dues current for 2016 only.