The base camp located in St. John’s Harbour is expecting quite a bit of traffic this summer.
Among the visitors is the Nunatsiavut Government’s Archeologist Jamie Brake.
He says he will be heading to the camp to check out archeological work that was done last year.
He and Tyler Pamak, a summer student working alongside Brake, will be heading to the site tomorrow.
They will be there to check the site and ensure that nothing of archeological importance gets damaged.
They will also ensure that an area designated for the construction of a permanent building doesn’t contain any important historical items.
Brake says they may also do some archeological dig tests during their stay.
The two are due back on August 24.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
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