A Manifesto

July 17, 2013 § Leave a comment

Province, many have asked whether I will be offering clues as to where Tyndall stones are hidden. I’ve promised that I would, and so I will, but I do not particularly want to. For me, HiddenTyndall is all about exploring this magical landscape we are fortunate to inhabit. The discovery of a stone should involve serendipity. Synchronicity. To be in the right place, at the right time, and to pay attention to the wondrous detail that makes up this world: THAT is the point.

I do not wish all the stones to return this year or next or even 20 years from now. This project is meant to take time. The only real clue I can offer is that you get out into Saskatchewan and explore! Enjoy every bit whether you discover a stone or not. In so doing, you will become a true participant in the project.

I’ve said my piece. Clues to follow shortly.

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