Friday, 24 August 2018

Rocks

Being a member of the local town's FB group has meant that, for once, I'm aware of this summer's  trend of painting stones and then hiding them for others to find..a bit like an arty form of geocaching! I think it's a charming idea and I'm sure we'd have enjoyed looking for them had the TYM still been a small person. It was with a hearty glug of glee that I spotted one of my own on the way home last week.....however, I was very mature and left it there for somebody much smaller and younger than me to find. Couldn't resist a quick shot though!


In other news I'm really pleased to report that my book exchange seems to be taking off well. There's over 50 members now and a goodly amount of book sharing going on. Several tomes have crossed the threshold here at GBT to find new homes, but as you might expect the odd new volume might have taken up residence!

Hope you all have a good weekend.

Arilx

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  1. The painted rock trend flared up here over the summer and there have been rocks E.V.E.R.Y.W.H.E.R.E....... some (not many) beautifully painted others hurriedly paint slapped with a hash tag on the back. The local park rangers were gritting their teeth as the quantity is bordering on littering.

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    1. I can see it from the park rangers point of view toox
      Arilx

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