Monday, 18 June 2012

June 18th: Map-Makers Set the Pace

Today the entire crew was in the field for our final exam. We were required to document an archaeological site using only our compass, map, and our pace to make measurements. We met at the gazebo (the entrance to the reserve) at 9am for our final instructions from Bob before venturing into the forest. We split into two groups; most of us chose to document the McKenzie Creek site but a handful of us decided to take a risk and try a different location in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve.

Every once in a while we would bump into each other while mapping the site boundaries.

Alexis took a short video clip of me explaining what we're doing for the exam today. (You can see Spencer M "pacing" in the background)

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