"It feels good to just build for the love of it sometimes. It's tucked away up a creek bed in an opening that is pretty picturesque. I kind of wanted to draw attention to that space but not take away from it and also give people something to almost reward them for straying from the main trail and adventuring a little. It's 5' high and built from the stone in the creek, wild grape vine and urbanite (concrete) for the coping."
John Scott wrote to say "The idea of hiding sculpture in the forest for others to discover is one of the most generous forms of art."