Kathy Deagan’s trowel, with a beer notch no less.

Source: archaeology.org
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    From this, I glean that archeologists are just like every other field I’ve interacted with: interested in their beer. If...
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    I have the best career…just sayin
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    Bottle opener! Funny, Dick always told us those notches were for cutting roots. Now I know…
  9. a-phonologist-and-fangirl reblogged this from cwespey3 and added:
    The archaeology trowel: A multi-purpose tool!
  10. cwespey3 reblogged this from fpannortheast and added:
    …a bottle opener… My field is full of awesome badasses.
  11. milkglassmao reblogged this from fpannortheast and added:
    My trowel isn’t nearly this awesome. I’ll admit it—I’m totally going to copy the bottle opener idea.
  12. eightisalotoflegsdavid reblogged this from jangojips and added:
    Still have my first trowel! Hopefully it accumulates as many amazing stories as Deagan’s.
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    My first trowel is still alive :) (shockingly, he’s been recovered quite a lot) and his name is shovel hehehehe