Monthly Archives: June 2011

For now it’s the end

It’s here. The end for now has come. Here’s a photo of our final moments on site.

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More shots from the air

Cleave Dyke from the air with clear crop marks showing the pit alignment

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Explanation

So, I should explain the previous post. This was Dominic yesterday trying to use a technique to lift a section using latex and fabric to in effect stick the soil to – effectively, so we’ve got something for keeps!¬†Three test … Continue reading

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The artist at work

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Pretty as a picture

Things have just about drawn to a close at Boltby Scar (which I’ll say more about in a post in the coming days) but progress continued well last week. In particular the small area we were excavating at the Cleave … Continue reading

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Sodden

Took a trip up to Boltby this afternoon. Gone is the theory that I only make an appearance on nice days because it poured with rain and hailed for a while. The fantastic National Park’s Apprentice Team lent a hand … Continue reading

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Pastures new

So, while work will continue at Boltby for another week, we’ve also started exploring the Cleave Dyke¬† where it appears to terminate south of Boltby Scar. It’s been a very hot couple of days on site and I think the … Continue reading

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