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Soaked and soaked again

It rained almost constantly in West Sussex today, particularly round the Eartham area. I know this because I was in it. All of it. There was little respite. Consequently I spent the day being quite wet. It was our second … Continue reading

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Clay and flint

Today I went digging with Dawn in West Sussex. We spent the day in a field near a place called Eartham. It’s not far from where we spent some time digging at Selhurst Park. George was our dig director though … Continue reading

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The happy dead

After a solid week of house related (and Science Museum) work, I had today off and spent it with Dawn. I hadn’t seen her for ages and was really looking forward to it. Imagine my surprise when she didn’t cancel … Continue reading

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Sulky girls

Awake at 6 and walking into Alfriston at 7. Was joined this morning by Bev who did not get a lot of sleep last night and reported that the sunrise was lovely. It was nice to share my early morning … Continue reading

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Lorna had destroyed the ladies loo

Walked down to Alfriston this morning to get the Telegraph so I could work out the football scores which I rang through to David. Everyone thought I was mad and, upon my return to work, I found out that David … Continue reading

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The legendary Turdis

Up at 6, bright and bleary eyed. Drank my coffee up the hill overlooking Alfriston. The camp started coming alive (well, almost) at about 8. Dawn and I left too early for the trainees and ended up watching Terry eat … Continue reading

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