A new place to sit

May 12, 2017

“… the deep wisdom of the soul which recognises that life is about loss, and that love tempered by grief, allows one to cherish the ordinary, simple moments of everyday life, even as we know they are passing away.”

Robert Romanyshyn

It’s been over half a year since my last entry, but this doesn’t mean that I haven’t been busy. Possibly, too busy to sit down at the computer and write.

In the foreground of the above photo is a 3 metre/10 foot log that weighs more than a tonne; hence, the hoist and tripod. In the background is a replacement (under construction) for the Shakespeare Bench that rotted away — originally using sassafras wood was a bad choice.

The placement of the finished Berensohn / Lawrence Memorial Bench is up the hill just beneath a grove of she-oaks planted some 20 years ago.

Unsurprisingly, the bench commands a spectacular view and, is itself, a rather imposing and powerful addition to the landscape.

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