While browsing through the Google Earth imagery, tcablogmaster was amused to discover that the latest satellite image of our area of excavations in Little Millhams at Christchurch clearly shows the evidence of our working. The satellite imagery is dated to 26 May 2017 (a Friday). In the top left hand corner of the Google Earth image reproduced to the left you can clearly see the blue plastic sheeting which we use to pile up the spoil from the excavated pits. There are two sites visible in the image – from the site log, these would be Pits 51 and 52. In the centre of the image the scatter of white rectangular shapes are the beehives, whose aggressive occupants kept us well away from starting any work in their vicinity.
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