Trees are, in many ways, time capsules. Many trees, especially local hardwoods indigenous to the area, can easily reach 100 years old. Yet, trees in existence across the world can, on average, reach a few thousand years with The Great Basin Bristlecone Pine being the winner with an age of over 5,000 years old. To consider walking past a tree on an evening walk that has seen not only a century pass by (World War 1 era) but reaches back before the time of the Roman Empire (Imperial Rome 31 BC) is difficult to comprehend. Yet, whether or not the human mind can compute the impact of the tree they are strolling past, does not deter from the tree doing what it naturally does: leave a timeless legacy. For LaRue County Schools, specifically Hodgenville Elementary School, that legacy was left by Melvin Bell and then placed into a time capsule of legacy by Casey Clark.