A companion to Dry Stone Walling Across Canada
It was a real pleasure to be part of Rocktoberfest 2010. John and Mary organized a super event with live music, good food and an opportunity to work with great people. The people of Rockport were the most hospitable of communities.The dry stone bridge was a winner on many levels and is an example of how to build near water without causing any damage to the local ecology. Compared to a concrete and steel bridge with inevitable cement spills into water and the killing of fish etc this was an example of near zero impact, minimum carbon footprint and sustainability into the next century. It is also good to look at.So congratulations John and Mary for on a job well done and an unforgettable event.Patrick McAfee
It's wonderful that the wallers decided to descend on Landon Bay and help add another wonderful layer to the eco tourism destination! Now a hike through the area won't be complete without taking a photo from, and of, that bridge!