Yesterday started off well. The weather was a little cold, but other than that it wasn’t too bad. Then it started to snow. The snow was OK, not too much. Then it snowed some more. And a bit more…
Just to add to the delights, we had a visitation from some sheep. They charged past me where I was laying in the grid for the next square, and surrounded the team using the res.
By lunchtime, it was getting silly, and we packed-up.
We did, however, get some very nice results from both the 0.5m probe-spacing data and the 1m -probe spacing data (the latter “looks” a bit deeper into the soil).
The dark line running diagonally across the plot is a Roman road with a subsidiary road running off it at an angle. The excavations were at the far left-hand side of the image. The buildings along the road are pretty clear. Both these images have been high-pass filtered to bring out the structures.
Although the landscape is covered in snow, it isn’t actively snowing at the moment, so I suspect we will be going out again today.