The End Is Nigh


Well, I’ve got less than two weeks left at the Brecon Beacons! How time flies! I can’t quite believe how quickly (although some of it went slowly) this placement has gone; a year has flown by. I’ve learnt a lot, only despaired a little and have had a fantastic time working at a place I’ve always loved and classed as home since I was a mere tot!

I couldn’t have asked for a better place for my first ‘proper’ workplace experience! And I feel I may have been slightly spoiled by the experience – everyone has been so friendly, helpful and welcoming and I am very lucky to have had the experience. Add to that the fact that this is a National Park!! I wouldn’t have even dreamed that I’d work in such a wonderful place!

I have a few blog posts to write to catch up on events and excursions I have yet had time to discuss and I’ll be doing this over the next week and a half (unless I’m obliged to take my left over 4.5 days leave before the 30th…).

I do hope you’ve enjoyed reading about my time here! I will be continuing this blog; I’ll write about my search for new employment, visits to history and general archaeology-ness (that is a word, honestly).

Here’s a random working shot from doing some survey on the Black Mountain which I’ll write about soon!

©Natalie Ward

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7 thoughts on “The End Is Nigh

  1. Sally Herriett

    It has been really great reading your blog, as I love the Brecon Beacons. I look forward to continuing to hear about your ramblings Good luck on the next stage of your journey!

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  2. csbarielle

    Good and interesting reading, which I’ve enjoyed thoroughly. Hope to see you in Cornwall in the future writing about the archaeology here :-) Good luck in the job hunting xx

    Reply

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