There is a tradition in archaeology of finding something good, but complicating, on the final day of digging. Lori found a point with a drilled hole in the last tent ring on the last site on the last day of excavating. It looks like a lance or arrow head and is made from a dense organic material, most likely ivory or bone.
The point came out of the ground where she is working and the day before she collected a good charcoal sample from the hearth box in front of her. Hopefully in a few months, we'll know exactly how old the point, tent ring and site are from a radiocarbon date on that charcoal.