This picture of my main dining room table shows the general number of projects ongoing at any one time at our place. Finding a site is only a part of the process. Once bones are discovered, they have to be recovered, reconstituted (stabilized), repaired and reassembled. Only then are they suitable for a repository. My tools consist of a wide gamut of digging tools, picks, shovels (of all sizes) chisels, hammers, paint brushes, dental picks, knifes, awls and wheelbarrows. Tarps, canvases, plastic bags, paleobond (superglue), Elmer’s school glue, aluminum foil, plaster and even toilet paper has been handy in the field (in many ways).