Kivi noun \ˈkē-vē\ Estonian for stone, or rock
“Above all, stone is,” wrote noted philosopher Mircea Eliade. “Nothing is more basic or more noble. Through its hardness, its power, and its permanence, stone transcends the precariousness of humanity.”
A stone cairn is a human-made stack of stones often constructed as a trail marker. Placed at regular intervals, a series of cairns is used to indicate a path in places where the trail is not obvious, or to warn of a hidden danger.