My life as a digger

I suppose our parents were surprised when I went to school to become an archeologist.

I was always fascinated with history and all the brilliant artifacts that people have discovered over the years. I absolutely loved studying about the history of Egypt and sites love that. I also enjoyed studying about the dinosaurs really much. When I first got out into the field and was able to labor on multiple sites to dig up some amazing things, I was in appreciate with our work. The only real complication was the intense heat and the lack of air conditioner in a lot of sites. That was okay though because the two of us had our little trailers with the air conditioner pumped up to keep everybody comfortable! Also, while not everybody enjoys the presentations given to the people, I enjoyed the presentations really much. I was always eager to present the findings of our team and talk about these brilliant artifacts. I also enjoyed the fact that when the two of us would have our presentations, the two of us would also have excellent temperature control settings for ideal comfort in the building. It was never boiling, too dry, or overly humid, it was always just perfect. There’s nothing quite love talking about all the amazing things you have discovered with a group of enthusiastic people. It is absolutely strenuous labor and you have to be really careful with all the delicate artifacts and aged sites you are digging into, but it is highly rewarding work. As long as I am able to escape to the air conditioner every now and then, I have no troubles with doing what I do in the least.

Air conditioning worker