Friday, June 6, 2008

Back on Track

We are back in the office today after the storms knocked us out for a little while. As Jim prepares for the Annapolis City 300 presentations tomorrow at St. John's College in Annapolis, I am working on updating our database and maps from the field surveys we did just south of Port Tobacco.

I have finished the north and middle fields and am now working on the south fields. For those of you who haven't done it, data entry is long and tedious. However, once you look at the maps created by all of this entry, the sites really start to take on a different look than just a bunch of orange flags everywhere! Concentrations of artifacts start popping up that you don't remember seeing out in the field.

The weekend is almost here and with the field session looming, there is much to do. April will be down on Monday and is staying through the field session. I'm sure we (April and Jim that is) will be sitting down on Monday to go over our plans once again to make sure we are fully prepared for our work in Port Tobacco.

- Peter

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