In this episode, I’m joined by my friend and colleague, Morgan Smith.
Morgan is a very well-rounded adventurer who likes to engage in a variety of activities. He’s climbed on many rock faces in Texas and Mexico. He’s explored caves in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. And he’s logged many hours as a scuba diver. Many of which include shipwrecks and deep technical dives.
Morgan also just so happens to be an archaeologist! One that I’ve had the privilege to work alongside recently. Though he has a rather unique specialty when it comes to archaeology. And he’s currently studying for his Ph.D. in underwater archaeology at Texas A&M University.
In this episode, Morgan shares some fascinating stories from his adventures. Talking about how he overcame a few of his fears in order to pursue them. We also shine some light on our profession. Discussing some of the misconceptions about archaeology, and the wonders that it holds. And Morgan also shares some of the life lessons that he’s learned along the way. Many of which he’s learned from the people that he’s been able to connect with during his adventures. This was a fun conversation and one that I found insightful, and I hope you all will too!
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