After a fun night in Lewisburg, where we got to dress up and act civilized, it was time to put the (saw) dusty clothes back on. We decided to rip the band-aid off, so to speak, by starting field work at the largest, most complicated structure we've worked on yet. The Mill Point Barn.
It took two and one half days to collect cores from the Mill Point Barn. Based on inspection, we saw no signs to indicate that this barn was hiding an old fort. If we see different felling dates in the two cribs, we can reconsider the idea.