It’s been pretty cold the last few days. My vehicle has tire pressure sensors, and every time if goes below about -27, it shows low tire pressure, which resolves as soon as the temperature goes up. I guess I should add a bit of air, but it’s been a busy week.
I’m still working on papers. Only a couple more to submit, plus whatever revision need to be done!
I spent a bit of the afternoon straightening up the lab a bit, before a group from the US Coast Guard and RAND Corporation came by to tour the BARC. Naturally, they wanted to see the lab (there isn’t much happening just now in any of the other labs anyway). I gave them a nice tour, which they seemed to enjoy, before the headed off to look at the rest of the building. The lab humidifier seems to have gone belly up, so it looks like we’ll need another one.
Tomorrow is another lab day. We’re pulling some more items for C14 dating as well as working our way through the Ipiutak house floor. The new Mac is getting set up too!
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Wow, when you said you dug in the ice you really weren’t kidding! We are extreme archaeologists! Considering I cover the other extreme, middle eastern summer heat phewww