Hope everybody's Labor Day Weekend was as enjoyable as mine - could the weather have been any nicer?
Last week saw me exploring a Wisconsin roadside in Clark/Jackson Counties...now I'm back making maps in the basement. I got to see most of my coworkers on Tuesday morning though for a company photograph. Since I hadn't seen most of them for any length of time in months, it basically was a barrage of jokes...mostly at my expense. Whatever. It's nice to see you guys again.
Since I'm on a work theme, I thought I'd do a pro/con list of being in the field (although, as you will see eventually, it's just an excuse for a video at the end)
doing, you know, actual archaeology
finding artifacts (occasionally)
hearing Afternoon Delight rewritten about orthoquartzite
seeing the sun
the myriad interesting aspects of rural Wisconsin
living in a hotel
having to pack clothes, and then eventually unpack those clothes
not finding artifacts (often)
there is never a piano around
it's a lot harder to cook
how interesting is rural Wisconsin, really?
I'll keep it at 7 and 7 for now. There's both good and bad about being near and far from home...