Today Brandon and I packed up our stuff at Polis and drove back to Larnaka, which is about 4 degrees warmer than Polis and does not have the same breeze unless you walk down to the waterfront. To celebrate a successful mini-season at Polis, last night we went to our favorite souvlaki place, which has a pretty good sunset, though not quite as good as the one a little further up the coast at Fly Again. When we arrived in Larnaka, we settled in at the hotel (which has WiFi), and then I went to the airport to pick up David Pettegrew and two of his students. We actually got all four of us, two suitcases, and three backpacks into the car – it was a tight fit. The rest of the day was spent making plans on how to process the ceramics at PKAP from our previous excavation field season in 2012. We know what we need to do, but we need to find the most efficient way of doing it. Depending on the museum’s schedule, we probably will have about 8 days of work, and will be able to work about 6 hours a day, so we have our work cut out for us. We will have a much better idea of what we are facing after tomorrow’s meting with the museum staff.