Your idea has some merit, Debbie. Dinosaur National Park in Utah is an active quarry where they're removing dinosaur bones for study. In one areas, however, they've built an enclosure where tourists can walk through and see the bones in the rocks, see the paleontologists studying them, pick up literature, etc. Why not do the same thing here? I doubt any temples will be uncovered like at Altun Ha or Lamanai, but nevertheless it's a site. It most definitely will have pottery, home foundations, burials, and so forth. What an attraction for tourists, and only a few minutes from downtown San Pedro. It would be an attraction like no other in Belize! Maybe the Ambergris Museum can purchase the land through donations or grants.