Jeffrey Nempeyo stared at his son Drake, playing with his Kachina dolls, banging them around, and pretending they where fighting. Jeffrey had tried to teach Drake the way of the Hopi but he feared that Drake would never listen, instead he used the dolls created to teach him about the beliefs of his people to have pretend wars and didn't seem to revere life the way a Hopi should. Drake seemed destined to leave the mesas that the Hopi cherished, and farmed, to live a life outside where the men saw land as nothing more than something to exploit.
Jeffrey had ignored the outside world since he left his job as an anthropologist, after he completed his research into the beliefs of the Hopis and their connection to other cultures. He had stated that his hypothesis that the cultures of the world shared a common bond was wrong, and the various legends had nothing to do with each other and left to return to the mesas. Jeffrey now lived off the money that his wife