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Photo 065


Oddments, June 2008

65a. The pH measuring bench, with digital pH meter, probe, buffer solutions, calibrating srewdriver, sample bottles and results pad and pen.
65b. The bath suspended by a chain hammock. The bucket takes water from the well, the rope and pulley pull the bucket to the storage bath. The bath syphons water into the scrape, or into containers for transporting in the car to points in the plantation for herbiciding or watering.

65c. Part of a femur found while deepening the Mill Stream. Comparing with a drawing in Grey's Anatomy, it appears to be human and 480mm long, which is average in humans.

65e. Possibly deer tick (Ixodes scapularis) found its way onto Rosie's anatomy,
removed mechanically and scanned. About 1 mm across.
65d. The femur was found in the West wall of the Mill Stream, while deepening it, where the pile of flints are.

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