Jamie Stott

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Dry Fork Wash, Randolph UT

Autumn Archaeology in Randolph

October 22, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

I love archaeology most times of the year, but there is something about being outside during autumn that is just plain fantastic. The smells and the colors seem more bold, and since you know winter is right around the corner you just sorta soak it all in while you can. Before it’s all covered in […]

Welcome to Meeker

July 28, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

I had the pleasure of accompanying a group of archaeologists to Meeker, Colorado at the end of June to work on recording a really neat protohistoric Ute archaeological site. I was about to continue when I realized that some of you might not know what protohistoric means. Well, here ya go: Protohistoric | a period between […]

Pilbara, Australia

Aussie Throwback Blog: Sites and Spiders

May 8, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

that about sums up my april field session in the pilbara. my favorite pic from the field is this guy: its weird how a 12 day field session can seem so daunting and go by SO slow, and at the same time completely fly by and i have no idea what we did for all […]

Aussie Throwback Blog: Driving It Like I Stole It

February 6, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

had to take a 4wd driving class for work, which is slightly comical since i dont drive on that side of the car. or road… we were 20 min late picking up our rental truck (yeah, its not okay to destroy the company vehicle, but its totally cool to wreck rental vehicles…sorry thrifty lol). we drove […]

Australia Bush

Aussie Throwback Blog: Field Frolicking

February 4, 2014 | Ramblings | by Jamie Stott

its official. im an aussie field virgin no more! …although it is the worst heat wave in western australia since 1933 and thats the week we choose to have our field training haha. headed to a quarry site to do some hands on field training lets just say our walk in was prefaced with “oi, […]