Edited Feb 17/2010: Fixed the broken links.
October 2018: Hoko pictures are now here.
So, a new school year beckons. Erk. As a distraction, treat yourself to the huge photo library of the Hoko River site which was put online by Dale Croes. A few dead links in there, but some pictures of fantastic artifacts, plus a sense of the project unfolding – slug fest included, as well as a visit from Hoko Site patron and “Clan of the Cave Bear Author” Jean Auel. The pictures are dusty, scanned-in transparencies (I think) which retain sense of nostalgia and the quiet punchiness of colour us old farts remember as fondly as we do the occasional upside-down slide at conferences. I’ll probably occasionally use the Hoko site as the basis for future posts here. On the left, a substantial barbed wooden(!!) point from the 2400 year old wet site deposits.