In My Own Backyard by Judi Kurjian

By Judi Kurjian

One morning a baby gazes via a bed room window and watches as extraordinary issues ensue. The yard is remodeled to bare what lived there hundreds and hundreds, millions, and hundreds of thousands of years in the past.

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A volcano belched smoke in the distance. It was hard to believe that this place was my backyard four billion years ago, at the beginning of life on our planet. I jumped as my mother’s voice called me. ” Her voice pulled me out of the past and into the present. I tried to think about the day ahead, but my mind was still far away on the things I had seen: the people, the animals, and the plants that had lived so long ago. Ever since that day, I’ve looked for bones and fossils that might have been left in that most amazing place: my own backyard.

I tried to think about the day ahead, but my mind was still far away on the things I had seen: the people, the animals, and the plants that had lived so long ago. Ever since that day, I’ve looked for bones and fossils that might have been left in that most amazing place: my own backyard.

There was a beach with hissing sulphur springs, and the only life was in the form of strange, dome-shaped algae. A volcano belched smoke in the distance. It was hard to believe that this place was my backyard four billion years ago, at the beginning of life on our planet. I jumped as my mother’s voice called me. ” Her voice pulled me out of the past and into the present. I tried to think about the day ahead, but my mind was still far away on the things I had seen: the people, the animals, and the plants that had lived so long ago.

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