Monday, March 28, 2016

Cairns Happen

I can't leave anything alone.

If you put people and rocks together, cairns happen. 

There's a cool extension on the Zim Smith Trail that leads to Route 9.  For some reason, this part of the trail has great rocks that the rest of the trail is sorely lacking.  I take it as a personal responsibility to build a mini cairn on every visit.  Yes, the best part about this cairn is the big, gorgeous rock on the bottom for which I can take no credit, but I like to think that I have improved upon it.  It's what crafters do, right?


  1. Canada knows about cairns, only we call them inukshuk - I've tried several times to get pictures of the ones we see on our way up north towards Sudbury (visiting friends at their trailer) but hubby doesn't want to stop at the side of the road, and we're usually going too fast to get a picture. Sometimes he's a dic .... I mean sometimes he just wants to get where he's going! ;) That is one gorgeous-a$$ base rock - wow!

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