Once again we are saying good-by to one of the PTAP crew-- Peter Quantock.
For three years Peter has been working with us volunteers as we try to learn more about Port Tobacco. But Peter is also a CCAS member and has spoken at several of our CCAS meetings. Remember hearing about a Roman coliseum in sunny Spain while we were bundled up one January.
He will be working on a masters degree in archaeology at the University of Denver. And he promises to come back and see us next summer.
By the way, ask him what barbeque has to do with determining the route he will be taking to Denver.
August 24, 2010
August 3, 2010
Too bad it takes someone leaving for us to have a party--maybe not a party but at least a lot of good food. Today was Kelley's last day at Port Tobacco, and we wanted to let her know we would miss her. Yet we somewhat envy her since she is going to graduate school in archaeology at William and Mary.
Above is Peter Quantock, Kelley Walter, and Anne Hayward--the PTAP crew that we have been excavating with this year.
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