As we were clearing out the garlic to use the bed for a second crop of carrots, I came across this broken arrowhead in the dirt. It is a nice reminder that this property used to house Native Americans that were coming to town to trade at the Trading Post. They would set up camp in this area. It is nice to know this particular area was never spoiled as the Native Americans had a great deal of respect for the land.
We were lucky to find a property with naturally rich, untainted soil and rich in history. You can find a lot of petrified wood here and clearly they were made into items such as arrowheads. I hope to find more relics as we work the beds.