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You find the strangest things on an archaeological survey. This little gem was found in a small clearing, northwest of Eureka, Utah. It isn’t quite 50 years old, so someone will have to come back and document it later.
We cranked out over 16 miles today. Well, 13 miles of actual survey and an additional 3.5 of going around arroyos and shifting over for each new transect. We accomplished this while dodging the thunderstorms that were surrounding us on … Continue reading
Another toasty day in the Cisco Desert, with FIVE sites recorded! Two of them were “historic can” scatters and, in my opinion, should be plowed under (just kidding, even cans need someone to love them). No stone tools or anything … Continue reading