There was finally an open window of dry, warm weather – hurrah! Archaeologists all over the world cheer for this. This means we are able to get back outside and dig some holes without having to wear and lug around excess gear. Yesterday, this involved revisiting a known stone feature site, which happened to be a cairn right in the middle of an access road. If you have ever wondered if developers listen when they say they’re going to protect something, here is proof. Finding this made our job much easier, and it brought a little smile to my face. It’s nice to see archaeology well protected; this is VERY well protected!
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