This oddity in Strathcona Park is a work of art from 1992 by Stephen Braithwaite titled Strathcona's Folly. Some of you might remember it, but it's been awhile. The artist assembled parts of local architectural history and blended them with bronzed items for a different take on what is often found in estate gardens- the folly. Surrounded by sand, it makes for an interesting spot for kids to explore, as well as a handy perch for birds. There was a gull at the highest point of the folly the whole time I was here. I couldn't detect anything amiss with the one corner that had a caution fence wrapped around it. Perhaps there was some work scheduled for it.