In 2012, a school age child found a ground stone adze on the west side of Red Bay Harbour, contacted a member of the Provincial Archaeology Office, and turned in the artifact. By all accounts, the artifact is just a regular chipped and ground stone adze and is not culturally diagnostic. So it was not found in context and we don’t know who made it. Last week I was looking at the artifact and I was considering questions such as when was it made, who made it and who dropped it and I thought ‘If only you could talk’, we could learn so much. So I am left with a one sided conversation. I’m sure most archaeologists can relate to this scenario.