The last 2 members of the field crew left today. Although a few people were only able to be here for the beginning of the season, and a couple had to leave in the middle, most folks came out of the field at the beginning of August. They have been heading home one or two at a time. Those who were left worked in the lab stabilizing and cleaning some of the artifacts, drawing and scanning artifacts, and entering data recorded after the transit decided to stop working with a week left in the field season.
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Soon another good year of work will be laid to rest, but we never know when that next turn of the dirt will reveal archeological treasures to last a lifetime. Thanks for your work and postings on this blog.