Monthly Archives: September 2013

Day 9 update and Day 10: the appendix

For most Lochbrow Landscape Project members day 9 (Friday) was the last day of the project. The last grid was surveyed, the bamboo canes and equipment were tidied away and we left the site satisfied by the volume of work … Continue reading

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The geo-archaeology of Lochbrow

I’ve still not written up the piece on the glacial history of the Lochbrow area that I said I would write last year, though I promise I will soon. In the mean time, I want to write briefly about how … Continue reading

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Newsflash!

Today the Lochbrow Landscape Project reached a momentous milestone …. the last magnetometer grid in the north field was surveyed. ‘Partial grid queen’ Sophie, ably assisted by Liam and Kirsty, completed the very last magnetometry grid. A small celebration was … Continue reading

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Day 7 update

Surprisingly it’s already day 7 of the 2013 season of the Lochbrow Landscape Project (the time seems to have flown past!). Our numbers were increased at the weekend with the arrival of a group of volunteers from the Universities of … Continue reading

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And we’re back!

Day four of the 2013 season of the Lochbrow Landscape Project and we are currently sheltering from the wind and rain in our cottage. Despite being rained off today, we’ve done plenty of work over the last few days. We’ve … Continue reading

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The 2013 season begins (almost!)

So that’s it. The 2013 season of fieldwork for the Lochbrow Landscape Project is upon us again. We’ll be beginning to survey again tomorrow, with a number of volunteers joining us at various points over the weekend. If you’re local … Continue reading

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