They've concentrated on two sites. The above picture shows the excavation at Swordle Corrach. In previous years they concentrated on the long-grass area to the right of the bothy, where they excavated several of mainly early 18th century houses. This year they've been working along the low ridge beyond.
Archaeology Scotland) is a small room in which it is possible someone lived, its extension to the right being formed of peat walls which may have been a byre for animals. Living in this damp, cramped space must have been pretty grim, but it probably dates to the 18th century if not earlier - that are hoping to date it if they find artefacts when they excavate the floor tomorrow.
clachan, concentrating on two sites: to the left is a well-built house, and to the right is a much more difficult to interpret building.
CFA Archaeology sitting beside them. The wall running away from us is the gable end of the house - and it's unusual because there is a door in it. The house goes away to the right, and to the left of the picture is a well-built stone wall whose purpose isn't clear.
The Ardnamurchan Transitions website is here.
Many thanks to the team for the Open Day last Sunday, and the talk on Monday.