Which is why blogging has been light. I spent most of today downtown meeting with an archaeology firm about an upcoming project and whether I could do it. It’s out in the boonies and the last time I did a survey out there I had to call it quits after three days because my knee was absolutely killing me. That was visual survey so it was a lot of walking through deep woods; this will be mostly shovel probes (and I’ll supervise so I won’t be digging all that much) so not hours of hiking through thick underbrush.
Also went down to meet some peeps at Global Health where I worked a couple of times on smallish projects (well, the projects were huge, but my part wasn’t), and I’ll be starting to assist them with some research, mostly on some TB-related stuff. They run a big HIV clinic in Kenya and they’ve been wanting someone to analyze the TB data and I am a master at taking on stupid projects no one else wants. That all took most of the day.
Plus, you know, there hasn’t been a lot of stuff coming over the wires lately; mostly the same couple of stories over and over. But, eh, I’ll probably post my Calvary report tomorrow so y’all will have that to peruse. . . . .