Bits and pieces of stone-age, Native American, projectile points found while gardening on a small plot of land. The plow, rototiller and time took their toll. There is 10,000 years of history in this picture, from the Paleolithic to the Late Woodland. It reminds me we are all passing through on history’s timeline, and that the land abides forever, but the peoples’ occupation of the land and their different cultures change hands over and over again. The eternal laws of nature require a dynamic process to keep life vibrant and ever renewing. Change is our only constant. Nature is never static.