a good day in Har Meggidoville

Mary Laurel writes:

Up to the tel as usual. But this time Norma decided yo give me “light duty” and assigned me to Gardening. Gardening in Norma-speak means clipping and pulling all vegetation, green or brown, smooth or thorny, to tidy up the approach to Area Q in preparation for picture taking. Four of us clipped and hoed and tugged away.

After breakfast it was a cool respite in the office, labeling and boxing pottery. Then the real fun, for me, began. Margaret started assembling artifacts for this afternoon’s display. And I was chosen to go through all the beads and select which ones to display.  So if your favorite bead is not included, it’s all my fault.

After this Nicole and I washed a whole bunch of bones. Say Thank You, area Q.

There are still things to look forward to today: the artifact display and the lecture tonight by Professor Cline.

Altogether a good day in Har Meggidoville.


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