Sunday, June 6, 2010


News from the field had been slow and information bits which
had been received were not encouraging.
The accounting department was becoming increasingly
impatient and it looked as if we might have to bring our team
in from the site and write it of as a hard lesson learned.
As the team was reluctantly beginning to pack up the site, one
of our guides returned to camp with a find that justified our
efforts and confirmed our belief that we were on to something
of great import.
Origins of construction tags were always removed from any
of the items that the boys used to build their ships and discarded
so that they could affix their own tags. This would declare
ownership without being questioned about their sources by
those who might attempt to lay claim on their ships.
This tag was surely created by a young builder who used a
simple alphanumeric code to describe his build. . .