These cairn inspired sculptures sit at the crest of the site where the Treasure Trail crosses a road. The metal sister is lit by an interior light. The granite cairn has a carved spiral echoing the wound aluminum, a symbol of the cycle of life. They sit at the crest of the site on the trail, where the road runs through.
Three Wishes are wooden wishbones made of cedar salvaged from the site during construction. This reclaiming honors the history of the site as a forest and supports the housing authority’s commitment to sustainability. They perch on an earthen mound as part of the Treasure Trail and are inscribed with stories of Three Wishes from across the world.