A collection, for lack of a better word, of skeletons were excavated during the 2011 season of The SVG Public Archaeology Program. After identifying “a few bones” on the surface, a second, third, fourth, etc. burial was identified in the course of excavation… and this was during our last week there. This always seems to … Read More New multi-skelly photosynth
A good friend used to say (when I had to make a decision), “Just throw it out to the universe.” So sometimes, the universe tells you that you should, for example, enjoy being in the forest instead of trying to escape from it. That’s what happened to me… I left the beautiful city of Vancouver … Read More Field finds – more than just dirt
July 29, 2011 – what were you doing? You can find out what over 400 archaeologists around the world were doing, and answer some of those burning questions: 1. What do archaeologists REALLY do? (My nieces think I “dig for worms and rocks.”) 2. Do they carry whips and guns, and wear funny hats? 3. … Read More Day of Archaeology 2011
If you’ve been in the field with me, you’ll have noticed 2 things: (1) I dislike sandwiches, and (2) I have a justifiable fear that my photos will be blurry. Enter Lytro and Kanz for making my day, and hopefully the rest of my career! Lytro is coming out with a camera that allows you … Read More Double wishlist Monday
Who doesn’t love Disneyland? Even Darth Vader and his stormtroopers had fun. It’s always good to be a kid at heart. Now if we could only get the dark lord and his gang to join us in St. Vincent… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4_dZPVg8KI&w=500&h=305] Thanks to Mashable for sharing it on Twitter!
It appears my blog posts haven’t been as regular as I’d like… but that is good news because it means I’m busy. Definitely good news for an entrepreneur. But being a sole business owner also means late nights and long work days. Coffee is a necessity. Along comes Conde Nast Traveller on my Twitter feed … Read More Coffee makes the world go round