For a would-be pothunter, I supppose arrowheads are like a gateway drug. Of course, not everybody becomes a junkie. And most people who become addicted to uncovering a piece of the past don't become pothunters. That said, see if you can match the quote to the right author below. Don't click on a link until giving it a try.
1) "I was hooked on this from the first time I picked up an arrowhead as a kid."
2) "It is in our genes to collect and connect with our heritage. We have an inherent desire to touch and reflect on our past." 3) "I grew up with a gut reaction to archaeology where an arrowhead in my hand felt warm with possibility." The three authors, in no particular order: A) anonymous Blanding, Utah resident B) Jane Waldbaum, past president of the Archaeological Institute of America C) Craig Childs, well-known archaeology writer