Yeah the guy is an archaeologist who works for the ADFG like me (I'm not an archaeologist though) and he's been mapping really old native hunting and transit trails that he finds by sort of using reallynold books, folk stories and satellites. It's pretty cool really. I'm hoping to check out some of the places with him. He did lot of research back 10-20 years ago about people coming to the Americas on the Bering land bridge. The dudes place is just full of arrowheads and flakes and stone hammers and shit like that, last time I was out with him he showed me a few really cool random sites, one was a spot where somebody had sat down and made an arrowhead hundreds of years back there were flakes of obsidian everywhere, another was a place with several tree stumps that had been cut down with stone axes a long time back. Hopefully I'll be one of these old school Alaska guys someday.