My name is Jonathan Miller, and I have, on two occasions found summit stones in the Kananaskis area.
About a year ago while hiking near Fortress Mountain, I climbed into a large crack in a huge boulder. I was surprised to discover a zip lock bag with a couple of typed sheets and a small, beautifully painted stone. On the back of the stone was written "DSD '04"
I was delighted with this find and intrigued by the cryptic and inspiring text on the typed pages.
Just this past month while scrambling again in Kananaskis country, I returned to my van to discover a similar package tucked under the windshield wiper.
On the back: "DSD '05" and in the packet a booklet containing a wonderful compilation of inspiring quotes from various wilderness adventurers and others who possess a deep appreciation of Nature.
This little booklet is 60 pages long containing over 200 quotes. It has been published and printed very professionally. It is clear that the entity behind these stones and this publication is a dedicated outdoors person going the extra mile to make the outdoor experience even more special for people like me.
I have been able to find out very little about DSD and the summit stones. I found your message board question posted back in 2003. and the reply regarding one found while sea kayaking the Broken Islands. I posted a question on a message board called club tread but had only sceptical replys. I suppose I should try the Canadian Mountaineering Message board too.
As a humorous aside, I got a little wierded out when I found yet a third packet on my kitchen counter, but it turned out that my wife had found this in the back of the van while unloading groceries the day after my hike. So I must assume that it was slipped into my back window at the same time as the other one was left on the windshield.