Thursday, July 1, 2021

Video 3, Flat Rock Creek and St. Francis of Assisi

The Cloister at Three Creeks consists of a ridge of land surrounded on three sides by creeks, a big one, a little one, and an in-between one. I visit the latter one, at a spot overlooked by a bench high on the bluff. I call this creek Flat Rock Creek. It's my spiritual center and also my playground, as you'll see in future videos.

The concrete statues on the property (there are five that I know of so far) were apparently placed here by the original owner.  This one I rescued from the creek where it was lying face down in the gravel for who knows how many years.  He accumulated an amazing mossy back and a truly worn 'patina'.

Posted for PJ Wetzel by F.I.T. Wilderness, VLC.

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