the big dig

Input text: a 1st 3 feet tall wall.the 1st wall is 40 feet deep.a 1st man is 1 feet in front of the 1st wall.a 2nd 3 feet tall wall is 8 feet in front of the 1st wall.the 2nd wall is 40 feet deep.the 1st wall is dirt.the 2nd wall is dirt.a 3rd 3 feet tall wall is left of the 1st wall.the 3rd wall is facing right.the 3rd wall is -3 inches in front of the 1st wall.the 3rd wall is 20 feet deep.the 3rd wall is dirt.the ground is dirt.the 1st man is facing north.a 2nd man is 18 inches behind the 1st man.the 2nd man is 3 feet above the ground.a 4th 1 feet tall wall is 2 feet in front of the 1st man.the 4th wall is facing northwest.the 4th wall is rock.a skull is 5 inches right of the 1st man.the skull is face up.the skull is facing left.the skull is 6 inches in the ground.a shovel is right of the skull.a 3rd man is 4 feet left of the 1st man.the 3rd man is 1 feet in front of the 1st man.a vase is in front of the 3rd man.the vase is leaning 20 degrees to the south.the vase is 12 inches in the ground.the vase is grey.a 1st woman is 2 feet in front of the vase.the 1st woman is 3 feet above the ground.the 1st woman is facing northeast.a large wave is 6 feet left of the 3rd man.the wave is 3 feet above the ground.the wave is dirt.a 2nd woman is 6 feet left of the 2nd man.the 2nd woman is facing southeast.a yellow backhoe is 3 feet behind the 2nd woman.the backhoe is 3 feet above the ground.the backhoe is facing right.
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 (2017)  Really cool scene! There was a time when I wanted to be an archeologist :-)
 (2017)  congrats you found Tutanchamun :-)
 (2017)  Did they find something ?
 (2017)  Love it! It's an interesting subject ...when I lived in New Mexico we hosted an archeological class from the U. of Texas for a month while they did a dig nearby, was very interesting so I took a semester of anthropology thinking about the possibility of curating later (took a different direction though).
 (2017)  That must have been a really interesting experience! I was fascinated with the idea of buried treasure - or if not treasure, secrets. I used to dig a lot of holes in the back yard - early childhood, not college age :-)
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