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I hurt…but that’s what you get when you go digging I guess. It was bloody cold out there, trying to dig in hailstones is NOT fun. Neither is trying to dig in rain or high winds…but hailstones are painful. On the bright side I survived and managed to find not one, not two but SIX stakeholes and a posthole too. This was after shifting some dozen wheelbarrows of lovely soggy, sandy soil. But at least I found something…right?

I’m going back out again next week for two days this time…god I hope my knees can stand it, I’m seriously thinking about getting some knee pads. Gravel hurts.


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  1. One of these days, do you mind sitting down with me and some photos to go over some of the basics? I think I can spot the archaeology in most cases, but I am sure there are nuances to working with aerial photos that I just don’t know.
    By the way, Bill and . . . maybe it was Rupert, were looking for you today.
    Reading your post makes me both aware that I need to get more practical experience and dreading the time I’ll have to do it!

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