Journey to Belize: A Talk and a Usurper

This post continues the retelling of my recent time in Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. The remainder of this series is located in the “Travel” category of this blog. As I mentioned in the previous installment in this series, June 6, 2017 was too eventful for one post. … More Journey to Belize: A Talk and a Usurper

Journey to Belize: Roots, Rocks, and Repairs

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: performing archaeological work on Mayan ruins and learning about jaguar conservation. The remainder of this series is located in the “Travel” category of this blog. June 6, 2017 started off quite differently than the previous day. Instead of being hot and humid, the weather was … More Journey to Belize: Roots, Rocks, and Repairs

Journey to Belize: Photos, a Bowl, and Rain

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: participating in an archaeology field school and learning about jaguar conservation. The previous entries in this series can be found in the “Travel” category, or by searching for “Belize” in this site’s search bar. A Hot Start The most memorable aspect of June 5, … More Journey to Belize: Photos, a Bowl, and Rain

Journey to Belize: Spider Monkeys, the Internet, and Duendes

This post continues the retelling of my recent trip to Belize: participating in an archaeological field school and learning about jaguar conservation. To read the other entries in this series, click on the “Travel” category to the right. Spider Monkeys When I awoke on June 2, 2017, I was in a strange mood. I had … More Journey to Belize: Spider Monkeys, the Internet, and Duendes

Journey to Belize: Granite, Talks, and Doubt

This post continues the retelling of my recent time in Belize: participating in archaeological excavations on Mayan ruins and learning about jaguar conservation. Entering “Belize” in the search bar to the right will reveal the rest of the entries in this series. On Wednesday, May 31, I continued excavating at Structure 130. But before the Humboldt State crew and … More Journey to Belize: Granite, Talks, and Doubt