Ken's Skagafjordur Archaeological Settlement Survey Journal

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Forgot to mention it the other day, but there we are, out in the field, needing to know the pH of coffee. Why? To test and calibrate a tool that reads pH values directly from soil. So, what to do? Google it! John whipped out his cell phone and had the answer in seconds. Fieldwork just ain't what it used to be.

Speaking of technology, ALL my photos and panoramas are now available, for those who want more than the few published here. Click on the link to the left or go to to see them. Flickr's serving as an excellent repository for my photos, in case I lose all my gear, as well as a place for anyone in the project to get images of themselves on the project.

Today we worked on shoveling very compressed accumulated dung out of this apparent barn. Not so exciting. But at least it was cool the whole day, not much wind, just a touch of rain. I actually stayed late to help run the ground-penetrating radar unit and was unexpectedly rewarded with a pint o' beer at dinner!

Ayse, our resident 14-year-old turbo-teenager. (She's taller than I am!)

Brian showing off some radar results to visitors.

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