Wednesday, June 21, 2006

The start of the four hour hike upto the excavation area. Posted by Picasa

Nick with solar panel to keep his aging batteries running and Suzi with her auger. Posted by Picasa

A steep section of the hike upto site... Posted by Picasa

Arriving at the shepherd's cabin and camp at 2500m. Posted by Picasa

Excavation at the Roche des Poignards Rock Art site situated at 2450mPosted by Picasa

Looking up towards the site Posted by Picasa

Sondage on the possible Bronze Age structure next to the Rock Art site Posted by Picasa

A quarry at 2100 m Posted by Picasa

Kylie guarding the site Posted by Picasa

Nerd Ahoy!

"Extreme" GPS survey - Nick with his antenna trying to pick up the World Cup... Posted by Picasa

A new (probable) Bronze Age structure at 2400m Posted by Picasa

The main site during excavation Posted by Picasa

A natural corridor from the pastures down to the site Posted by Picasa

The area between camp and the excavation site Posted by Picasa

Wreckage of a light aircraft next to camp (this has been there for about 16 years) Posted by Picasa

Returning to camp after a freezing day's excavation Posted by Picasa