May 25, 2014 Archaeological Camy Fourth day at the archaeology in Knockman Wood. Fourth day at the archaeology in Knockman Wood. The floor of the dwelling is now well revealed but only a remnant of stone flags remain. The walls are substantial with an obvious double skin on the doorway side wall. Related Articles Tree Survey in Knockman Wood Posted On June 16, 2016 This section was a piece of cake, compared to the high bracken, the bramble and the stones we tripped over during our tree survey in Knockman Wood today. We will have to put the finishing touches to it at a later date… Posted On December 8, 2014 After a week of mostly decent weather this week, it finally turned today and decided to remind us that it is winter time. Salix lapponum (Downy Willow) Posted On November 27, 2014 Preparing Salix lapponum (downy willow) trees for planting at nursery yesterday. This high altitude willow species is found in small numbers in the Galloway hills.