By Terry Kovarik
Darrel Cardy and his family have farmed Door County and served as amateur archaeologists. For four generations, the Cardy family had been digging up pre-historic spear points and other artifacts. Then he learned the artifacts were similar to those found in New Mexico. That made them between 10-thousand and 12-thousand years old. Cardy took his finds on the lecture circuit. But now he’s glad they’ll have a permanent home at the Door County Historical Museum.
The Cardy exhibit opens August 18.