|Marta explaining what has been happening with the excavations at Vindolanda, within the fort, this season|
|Group listening to Marta, one of the archaeologists, Vindolanda Trust|
|Texas State University, Department of Communication Disorders|
|My tour focussed on language, learning and the history of communication at Vindolanda and Hadrian's Wall|
I just returned from England with the Texas State University Group and I wanted to take a moment to thank you again taking the time to arrange the visit and meet with our group*. Between your commentary and Vindolanda itself it was a truly memorable day. I know that the students and faculty were delighted with the opportunity to visit with you and the visit contributed greatly to their experience.
I hope that we will have the opportunity to work with you again on future programs.
Stephen Burwood, Ph.D
Chief Academic Officer & Director of Programs
BCA Study Abroad
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* The tour took place a week ago....I gave a guided commentary on the J&M Travel Coach from Newcastle along the route of Hadrian's Wall. We stopped for a tour around Vindolanda and then we finished the tour at Steel Rigg. This is an incredibly picturesque spot on Hadrian's Wall.
My huge thanks goes to BCA Study Abroad, Texas State University Group, The Vindolanda Trust and Marta (plus all the staff at both Vindolanda and The Roman Army Museum), J&M Travel