Saturday, May 16, 2015

Victorian Arch, Wall, Games and Upcoming Workshop

Yesterday I revisited a Gothic arch and a rather challenging herringbone dry stone wall that my students and I created almost ten years ago at Island Stone Landscape Supplies near Victoria BC. 

My good friends Christopher Barclay and Kevin Maloney were there helping at that workshop. 

Next weekend we will be doing another dry stone workshop at the  Craigflower National Historic Site  We will be leaving a permanent dry stone feature (perhaps and arch) for people to enjoy at that estate. It would be good to see some Victorians sign up and participate in this workshop, and if not, at least try to come out to the Victorian Highland Games walling event happening today and tomorrow at Topaz Park Victoria. You can help put in a stone or two.

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