It is one of several triangles carved into the slate bottom of Pinecrest Creek, which is where I often walk Kane. The carvings were not visible during winter and spring, when they were covered under snow or water. In fact, I didn't notice them until the day I decided to wade out into the stream with Kane.
This is what this section of the creek usually looks like as I pass by.
|You can see the lighter-grey slab of shale/slate at middle-left of the picture.|
Pretty cool, eh? I wonder what they are? Ancient art? Stone graffiti?
I also walked past this little mitten several times last winter.
|It may look like it's suspended in mid-air, but it's actually hanging on the twig.|
It's not unusual to find lost items hanging on twigs or fences waiting to be claimed. In fact, it was that act of kindness that recovered my lost snow-cleat. The mitten is no longer there, so I hope its owner found it.
And this street art on a bicycle path made me smile.
|I first saw this shortly after the death of Robin Williams.|
Some of them are not as explicit as the "You are loved" message, but I am excited to find each of them. Who knows what I'll find next?
Have you found any messages like these? And do you have any clue as to what the triangles mean?