They have become a phenomenon. If we had a fiver for every time we'd been offered cash for them we'd be equaling Rowling's donation to Better Together.
The stones have now gone on tour with my husband's Grassroots garden with Yestival and nearly every day on twitter I see someone admiring them.
They were only meant to stop flyers littering Aberdeen!
A similar thing has happened with a decoration I made to tart up the stall. I made Yes Monkey. Here he is.
here but here are some of the places he's been.
BBC Pacific Quay, Glasgow
|The Bard's House|
The wee guy has even collected some accessories along the way. Nellie Jean knitted him a rucksack for his bananas and he was also furnished with an Alert Reader badge from Wings Over Scotland.
|Delivering Simon Neil's flag to T in the Park|
However, best of all is this wee film that my brother Ewan made of him. Like a lot of Scots wanting Scotland to vote yes, Ewan lives in London. He has no vote but wants to help his home nation gain independence from Westminster. Here's his film of Yes Monkey's farewell tour of the "Old House".
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