January 21, 2013 § Leave a comment
I couldn’t have embarked upon this project without the support of the SK Arts Board. Did you know, Province, that our Arts Board was the first agency of its kind in Canada? It was established in 1948, and I hope it continues til the end of time. Thanks, SK Arts Board!
January 16, 2013 § 2 Comments
Province, I haven’t given any clues about hiding spots yet. But perhaps you might glean some inspiration from the stories of participants who’ve unturned stones.
January 14, 2013 § Leave a comment
These trees are spooky and mysterious and worth a visit. Known locally as The Crooked Bush, the aspens twist grotesquely, while just across the road the trees stand straight and tall. I was informed recently that the stone I left in the bush has been found!
January 11, 2013 § 3 Comments
Hello there, Province! Remember the stone from Adanac? Well, the gentleman who found the cube kindly returned it to me by mail. It was very nicely packaged; there was a lovely letter containing the story of the discovery, along with an article that was written about HiddenTyndall in the local paper, the Northwest Herald. But the best thing? This is the 12th stone to be returned to the Legislative building and it arrived at my doorstep on 12.12.12! I really like that auspicious detail.