This is one of the entrances to our Gazebo garden with its Zen influences. The pathway leads to the left, as hidden features are standard fare in designing this type of dry sand river venue.
The granite pillar at right contains a light for night walks, and the little bridge crosses over the representational water. The bush maple at the right background calls forth the image of forest growth.
A private meditation space is available along the path. The dolomite boulders (eros rocks) stand as mountain substitutes. We call them monkey rocks as they quite often suggest faces of jungle creatures.
Along with all of our construction efforts, Marcia finds time for some quilting activity. Here is the longarm machine she's using to stitch lines in tight rows in the blocks of one of her tops.