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spend A Family lockdown life in a Roman Fort described it as a "surreal experience".
The couple thought they and their sons Oliver, 15, and Luke, 13, Only it would be for three or four weeks.
But it remained for 11 weeks, curved bathhouses and protect to damage objects from the wind and a roof.Luke Galloway collected two buckets full of Coins from a dried-up during the blocking life, it was like a "permanent" history lesson"
Normally, this would have been the busiest time of the year at the fortress in the vicinity of Hadrian's Wall, with hundreds of visitors and would-be archaeologists booked to take part in digs.
But, as tourist attractions in the whole of the UK, it was closed because of the coronavirus-crisis and communications manager Mrs Galloway said, on the Website lost would have an estimate of £600,000 in income until The End of July.
Most of the 40 employees were furloughed, and she and Her Husband , deputy CEO at the Vindolanda Trust , the decision to move out of The Family as well as pet labradoodle Eric and cat BlackBerry with live in accommodation on site, where volunteers excavator would normally.
they came soon after the closure began in March, out of fear of a travel ban would leave the place Empty .The Family has been in the position to appreciate, super moons and sunsets with the castle as a backdrop, Sonya Galloway hopes the lockdown photos inspire visitors to come, when The Fort begins a gradual re-opening on the 15. June
Mrs Galloway said: "We Are working 24/7 and there are worse places to be.
"We have to ensure that The Buildings are safe, the repair of smaller damages caused by The Weather or animals, and in the interior of the review of our artifacts, the maintaining of The Right humidity.
"My two boys were Locked In a permanent history lesson, and it was memorable for you.
"My youngest Luke to the pre-Hadrianic bath house, collecting Coins , impressed from a dried-up well on the Website, and he was very to two buckets full of Coins Only to the value of About £20, if has helped to sweep.
"lucky for you The Roman army with their love for hunting in a long left".The Family was able to enjoy a deer from up close, her calves at The Fort -Eric the labradoodle in your action as a Roman fort Guard Dog
Mrs Galloway said, it also has a £300,00 Bank loan to bridge some of the immediate financing of the cap and the financial cost of a pandemic would be felt for years.
you also have the support of the parents, with a Roman-themed activities.Trust Deputy CEO Colin Galloway created a home-learning area of The Site tested, of sons Luke and Oliver
"for me Personally, it's great," Mrs Galloway said. "I love to have captured the photography, some wonderful pictures during lockdown, at all times of The Day and night.
"I hope that these pictures inspire people to visit the Website as soon as life is back to normal.
"Our downtime is very magical, super Monde, super sun and sunshine.
"We know that there are many people who would have enjoyed to have the opportunity, it was locked at Vindolanda, and we feel really very happy played our part in caring for you to bear, while all the way. "Trust -activities officer Penny Trichler "capturing the supermoon"
Vindolanda Fort is due to start a step-opening ways on 15 June .