Temperature was 37 degrees at 6:30 a.m….Light rain was forecast and has started raining at 8:00 a.m….Rain exposes prehistoric tools, rocks, horseshoes, wood debris and boulders in the pastures….When I first moved here, I looked for quartzite flakes and tools of prehistoric people that harvested acorns, edible plants and deer. Finding no quartzite, I changed my pattern of survey and looked for iron ore and meteorite tools that had been abraded, not extensively flaked. I found things. Poprock Hill pasture has yielded tools in abundance and will be designated an archeological site by the state of Texas. This morning, after the first feed of the horses, I took a photograph of a tool in situ. Light rain washed clay off the tool, exposing craft and art of people that hunted and gathered before the arrival of the European. Not far away from the tool, a red ant hill with little stones about the portal to the underworld rose slightly from verbena plants that will bloom in the spring.