For this, my first fully foraged collaborative piece I made Joanne Lee a scroll. It is made from a velumed roe deer skin, held with sycamore wood, glued with hide glue, bound in sheeps wool thread. It was written with a goose feather quill using oak gall ink. This piece reminisces on the thoughts and ideas present in the head of the artist during the time spent on her allotment. Things that may seem passing, but are there none the less forming the basis of her day. The pebbles included are found and taken from the allotment site.