Picture this scene: A women stands alone in the desert. She’s wearing all beige clothing. She has lots of pockets. A sweat-soaked rag is tied around her neck, and she uses it to wipe her brow after she lifts up her hat.
She bends down and brushes away some dirt. A confused look comes over her face. Then her eyes brighten. She smiles, maybe laughs a little. Then she reaches down and gently pulls up—a rock? No, it’s a fossil! [Read more…]