After we were finished with the installation of the sign, a couple and their dog Nashville (Nash) came by. We pointed out that if they said something in the spot where they were standing on the road into the site, there would be an echo. That's apparently a "sweet spot" where conditions are just right to hear voices bounce off the Barn Ark.
They mentioned that Bob Sestok, a Detroit artist and sculptor, has one or more structural pieces up here in Michigan's Thumb; they had been looking for it (them?) unsuccessfully. If anyone knows where Bob's works are, I would love to look for them to add to my collection of major art works in the Thumb.