We love tools that are specifically designed and built for archaeology (see earlier post). This handpick is no exception. Designed by archaeologist Larry Ingalls (not to be confused with Laura Ingalls), of Ingalls Archaeological Supply, this pick comes in four different sizes, depending on the amount of dirt you need to move, and is made of lightweight alloy steel. The most important thing? It’s easier on your arm, shoulder and back… so you can dig all day long. Get yours here.
Published by Margarita de Guzman
This is the blog spot for the Principal Archaeologist of Circle CRM Group, an archaeology and heritage consulting company based in Calgary, Alberta, though we can hike and dig for you anywhere in the world. We like to think that we are the greatest archaeologists in the world, but there are many that have come before us. We do think, however, that we can provide the best customer service in the world. It's a bold claim, but if we try to live up to it, then that means we're doing our best. View all posts by Margarita de Guzman