The Way I See It

28 08 2007

The following is my favorite “Way I See It” ever, to this point. I don’t really know why that is (maybe it appeals to my inner Indiana Jones) but it just is. Enjoy.

“Once when excavating the house of a medieval sailor on the coast of the Red Sea in Egypt, I found a still-preserved reed mat in front of a door. Under the doormat was a wooden key with the name of the owner painted on it. It was an extraordinary sense of connection with the last person to walk out of that building 700 years ago.”
-Fred Hiebert
Archaeologist and National Geographic Fellow

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