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Local father and son bond searching for artifacts

 

April 17, 2020

Tate Wolff proudly shows a knife point he and his father Tyler found at the family ranch on March 31.

Soon-to-be five-year-old Tate Wolff is quite an accomplished archaeologist.

One day a few weeks ago, the youngster was feeling pretty down. His father Tyler, a local rancher, had just had a calf die, and he was taking it rather hard.

Wolff decided he would take his son on a short shed hunting trip. He hoped that if they found an antler or two, it would cheer his son up. Instead, the duo found an old stone knife point. Tate was excited.

"I can look all day and not find a thing, but bring Tate along and he's my good luck charm," Tyler Wolff told the Eagle.

Wolff said he now has thirteen old...



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