THIS CONSTRUCTION IS NOT WHAT IT SEEMS
It’s not a random pile of driftwood.
Some years ago, frustrated with overgrown scrub hiding the Gerroa National Park sign from beach walkers, who use it as a turning point, I erected this important edifice. It stands 1.8 kms south of the Crooked River pedestrian bridge. Grateful walkers have added thongs, foam cups, bottles, seaweed and other waste. Its beauty is now eclipsed by the latest addition - a woman’s skirt, which flutters freely in the breeze.
I’ve always wanted to leave my mark somewhere.