June 16, 1997
The day began by taking a 10 cm cut through the last two westernmost meters, N1-6,W15-16. A lens of ash mixed with the brown clayish soil from locus 1 was approximately 40 cm in diameter. Because is was found in the top soil layer (locus 1) it most likely is a result of previous human activity within the last century, hence it will not be assigned as new locus number. Measurements for the topographical/contour map were taken in N1-6,W11. Measurements will resume tomorrow.
The feature located in the south west corner of CA42 (the possible road) was exposed. It will be assigned a new locus number as soon as it's boundaries are defined.
A piece of worked chert was found, as well as one pottery fragment and about 46 tile fragments, 1-6 cm in size.
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