A vacation spent digging up the past

A vacation spent digging up the past

There are 2 comments on the Lansing State Journal story from Apr 1, 2012, titled A vacation spent digging up the past. In it, Lansing State Journal reports that:

Volunteering for an archaelogical site is one vacation option. At Khirbet Qiyafa, a site located 18 miles southest of Jerusalem, Israel, a volunteer unearths an Iron Age vessel.

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Fabiola

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#1 Apr 1, 2012
Hi,
I just read your article and loved it. I'm not an archaeology student, but I've been searching for digs to volunteer for or some time now. Are there any groups or organizations you recommend? Is it required to have experience? I would like to go in the summer, but don't have experience.
Thanks!
Ric Flapwanger

Salem, CT

#2 Apr 1, 2012
Why don't you send me your picture? We could chat about this, maybe "dig an exploratory trench" so to speak.

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