Archaeology Field Trip to Kilmartin Glen
From early morning until the evening, I spent my Saturday on an Archaeology Field Trip to Kilmartin Glen, in the west of Scotland, (Wikipedia), as a part of the Archaeology 1A course which I’m taking as my “fun” course. (With “fun” we mean I’m only doing Level 1 and only need to pass to get the required 20+20 credits, in addition to my 2 Level 2 courses.)
I really need to get out of Glasgow more often, the scenery in the West of Scotland was beautiful, especially at 9, 10am in the morning when the sun was up and the clouds were low on the hills. Mercifully, as we spend the entire day outside, it didn’t really rain. Well, except for the time we were climbing up the Dunadd Hillfort, because the rocky climb wasn’t fun enough without rain and mud.
I took a bunch of pictures on the trip, so I’ll update this post with a link when I’ve managed to upload the best of them on Flickr.
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