Category Archives: volunteers

Resistivity, experiential archaeology and cow pats

Another week’s survey at Lochbrow has now been completed. On Saturday, we finished our last couple of survey grids, collected in all the bamboo canes marking the locations of the survey grids and flags signalling the extent of the archaeology, … Continue reading

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Ready, steady ……

So that’s it. We’re almost ready for another season of survey at Lochbrow. A few of us arrive tomorrow to begin set-up, and then we begin in earnest on Sunday. What will 2015 bring? Will it reveal or clarify more … Continue reading

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Gee whizz, more Geofizz!

Each year, a number of volunteers join us at Lochbrow. We asked some of them to tell us why they decided to volunteer and something about their experiences at Lochbrow. In this blog post Faith and Bob explain ….   … Continue reading

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Soggy socks and jokes about cows: a view from the field

At Lochbrow we’ve been very fortunate to have had a number of dedicated volunteers working with us, and the 2013 season was no exception. Here, archaeology student Natalia writes about her Lochbrow 2013 experience. Hello, I am an archaeology student … Continue reading

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