Due to an unseasonable
drought the water levels have dropped
radically in Loch Thoy, exposing many
artifacts to the air. Interns have
been working over time to protect these
items and remove them for further study.
MacThoy reviews an exposed section of the
Caer Site with other researchers.
Clan MacThoy Society is conducting extensive research near Burrow,
Scotland. Burrow is a relatively young city dating back from the
Its previous incarnations lie about six miles away. Samples of earth reveal that
Dunn Burrow has been razed
to the ground and rebuilt on several occasions.
The Reader may browse a Sketch of
flooding of the Thoi Valley places the Dunn Burrow Dig
half in and half out of the water, endlessly
complicating the task of recovery and
It is an archaeologically rich area, boasting several
and the village remains partly submerged by the loch and buried
is visible when the waters are released through the flood gates about twice
are currently underway to have the dam removed and the Thoi
River restored to
its natural bed. Due to the popularity of sport fishing at Loch
Thoi and the power
supplied by the dam, it is doubtful if these talks will succeed.