|Two fragments of Spanish majolica in situ.|
Below are an assortment of pictures from Friday's fieldwork:
Wesley Garrett and Patty McMahon work in a 1x1m unit in Area B. If the 1760 stockade trench turned south here, this unit should catch it.
|Brooke Joseph and Katie Brewer trim the walls of a 1x2m unit in Area B. If the stockade continued to the west after a gate or door in the previous unit just east, this unit may pick it up again.|
|Danielle Dadiego throws dirt excavated from a new 1x2m unit opened today in Area B, which should intersect the stockade trench if it continued east from our easternmost unit from the 2011 season.|
|Bobby Bernal takes readings from the total station for a 1x2 unit in Area C which should intersect as many as three wall trenches first identified in 2009.|
|Kendall Burns holds the prism steady for total station readings in the 1x2 unit noted above.|
|Nick Simpson and Kristina de la Cruz work to bring their shovel test down below the colonial midden layer and into the underlying subsoil.|