As soon as I saw this prompt this morning I knew what I was going to do. It is a bit of a cheat as it is not actually in my space today but hay ho. I took this when we on holiday in Canada it is an "Inukshuk", they were originally used by the Inuit people of Canada as landmarks to help them herd the reindeer and provide companionship in their vast and lonely land. This one was taken on an Island near to Parry Sound on Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. It was actually grown man size and as you can see it is dry stacked, they are lots of them all over the place near there.
We have just had some good news. Our friend may be able to come home from the hospital for the weekend tomorrow before returning on Monday or Tuesday. They have removed a tumor from his brain but we still don't know what it is and what further treatment he may need. The Dr does suspect that it is a low grade tumor but we will just have to wait and see. Pete and I are going to go and visit him tonight which we are quite looking forward to as it will be lovely to see him and have a chat.