Maternal Mitochondria team is doing a permanent art and poetry geocache path at Santa Fe skies RV Park on route 14. Last summer we did a temporary installation. It was a hit with RVers, and owners, as well as geocachers. And we learned things too about the monsoon rain impact, as well as how folks may move things around!
So by autumn we plan to have nine permanent containers up along the walking path. The art and text can change seasonally, or even be inactive as needed.
Starting with scrap metal
the ever handy Tim Brown is fashioning little houses:
I see the influence of our Japanese trip here. We saw so many roadside shrines, so many temples, and discussed Shinto spirits in detail. No wonder these spirit dwellings have migrated back with us to the New Mexico landscape, which also lends itself to altars and resting places for the divine.