I will always be able to find fault with my work.
In a way it makes me careful not to criticize other people's work .
It is important to remember there are limitations and varying circumstances related to the building of any wall.
The choice of stone that you have available to work with puts enormous restraints on any project.
Even so, good wallers will usually make good choices with the materials they have at hand.
These choices might not be the same ones another waller would make, but we should not be too eager to say they are the 'wrong' choices.
Time constraints may be an unavoidable factor too.
If you don't have to rush you usually do a much better job.
This wall happily got built just in time for Christmas 2011.
I enjoyed building it applying a very strict coursing from top to bottom.
I had the time, I knew the rules and how to do it properly.
I revisited it on my way back from Vermont yesterday.
I thought you might like to see it.