In this archived broadcast from August 15, 1992, John Weeks talks about how some things never change. He talks about the town that he grew up in and how it has differed in the past years. He says that everything changes based on the seasons and in the spring everyone is in the fields preparing the lands and planning. By July there are peas in all the wagons and by late summer tomatoes are ripening everywhere pilling up the trucks. Weeks talks about how since he has left his old main street neighborhood for good the earth has made many rotations and there have been 15 seasonal cycles where not two seasons were quite the same.