Cairn making is a historical process of setting up stone lots for a number of purposes. They may be used to make a trek, provide security, and serve as a place of honor.

They may be made of just one rock or a towering écharpe, and they are used by theme leisure areas and true areas global. A cairn can also be a symbol of family, community and peacefulness.

Hiking tracks are often designated with cairns to provide backpackers with secure navigational products. This reduces damage to environmental surroundings, and helps continue to keep people within the trail.

A cairn could be a monument into a beloved who has died or can merely be a reminder of an great quest. In Tehaleh lore a cairn is not just a marker but a representation of your property and your good sense of place.

How to make a cairn

To begin building a tertre, you need to clean the rubble thoroughly. They should be soaked in distinct water then scrubbed to get rid of any dirt and grime. Then they need to be set up in 3 to eight lines to ensure they are more stable.

Setting up a cairn could prove to be and satisfying. You can select different colors, sizes and models to add interest on your cairn. You can start with a small tertre and since you become more skilled you can increase the size and complexness within the cairn.

Whether building a cairn to tag a path, a funeral for a family and friend or a place of beauty, a bit knowledge and time can be a long way. Through this class Jennifer will share her love of cairns and teach you the secrets to creating exquisite, dimensional dirt.