So today was the end of the second day back in the field for me.
And this is real fieldwork, not just another site remediation. We performing a massive subsurface investigation for a relatively small site. And we've had an army out here doing the work.
There's the crew from my company which including the project manager amounts to six. Then the drillers have five. There's a pair of guys performing traffic control. And then there's the public relations representative. I'm used to less than half of this for a job.
And then on top of this we don't have an office out here like we've had for the last few remediations, so things were arriving all day on Monday.
[Princess Irulan Moment]
Oh, and did I mention that I'm the site supervisor? Yeah, all deliveries at the site are looking for me, so I have to leave in the middle of whatever I'm doing and take and/or direct the deliveries.
And in addition to all this I've learned a few things:
Humans are smart and invented things like tables and chairs for a reason. That reason being working on the ground or while sitting on a cooler and writing on a clipboard on your lap wears your back out really quickly.
I've been doing this for almost twenty years in various capacities and for a surprising number of companies.
It's surprisingly easy to rack up 20,000 steps (or more) just walking around the site.
Anchor Brewing has a series called Zymaster. Whichever one I had last night was very drinkable.