I am moving. This home and scenery needs a change. Care to join me?
OH NO, I'M FALLING!!!!!!
oOOOOoooooOO look! Mini Me's.
Thank god, i'm ok!
Mr. Stone is on a mountain. He is currently moving, but not like us. The process of weathering, erosion, and deposition are moving him.
Wow. Look at all that water.
Gravity and wind push Mr. Stone off of the mountain. This leads to him falling and braking when he reaches the bottom.
After Mr. Stone falls, he ends up in a river. This causes him to weather and break up into smaller rocks. These rocks are then eroded and move with the water
Ahhhhhh, welcome to our new home.
The small rocks made by Mr. Stone are farther eroded into a delta. This delta transports these rocks to the ocean where they will keep on moving for many years until they reach a shore.
Mr. Stones creations are finally deposited when a rainstorm hits the shore. This makes the waves bigger, meaning that it floods. Houses in the near areas receive ocean water, but nothing too severe.
The water has evaporated and the now grains of sand of Mr.Stone lay in the backyard of the Evans family beach house. This sand will stay here for a while, but with the earth processes, nothing stays in one place forever.