The strain of an eight week field season is intense. Maybe it is the sun? Maybe it is the field supervisor? Maybe it is the diet? Hard to say. But the truth is, even the most stable archaeologists can crack under the strain. Bob Smith (left), John Wineland (center) and (Dang! I can't remember his name) do what it takes to endure the 1986 field season at Abila, Jordan. Incidentally, Bob and John are now respectable professors.