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Day 18, June 20

Posted on June 22, 2013 by Shelby Eagleburger

It’s rainy today. We headed out to the field and started to look at the south wall. We used the clinometer to measure the angle of the wall as well as taking end points with the GPS. Unfortunately we were having Trimble problems and couldn’t manage to get it working which limited our data collection. We stumbled across a couple additional features including a possible terrace. While writing some notes and taking pictures I managed to end up in a cow pie. Although it had to happen eventually given the sheer number but it was stinky none the less. Jessica and I waded through some ridiculously tall grass, far over our heads. On our way back to the base camp we got rained on thoroughly. I was glad to get home and continued to work on data analysis. Exhausted now, so it’s a short post today.

 

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