None of the "found" stones could be used for the head.
So I accompanied Mr. Ari to the river that flows at the bottom of the Joglo to "hunt" for the head of our Inukshuk.
We searched the riverbed for more than two hours, raising a stone here and there, and then, I shouted:
«Eureka, we found the head.»
When you see this Inukshuk. This means you have arrived home. Settle down, have a tea and let me tell you all about head hunting in Java.