Not far from the Tangihua Lions Lodge is an area where kids on school camps can make bivouacs using dead material from the forest floor. Sometimes students sleep a night in their creations.
I thought to post some photos of the efforts of the school that was there last week after I heard someone refer to the bivouac of life and held my tongue rather than admit I had no idea what he was talking about. Thank heavens for Google. It's a good expression referring to life as a temporary shelter. Google tells me "it re-emphasises that we are on earth only for a limited period of time and whatever we wish for should be achieved while we are alive."
I'm taking part in My Corner of the World.