Thursday, March 3, 2016

The walls of Wall-ala

This is the first of a series of posts about the stone projects in a place that some of us now like to call Wall-lala, California.





This lovely 'mixed' stone wall (using left over stones from many other projects from years before) which was started last year during our two week visit, was finished off last month with the placing of the last three huge cored travertine sections, purchased especially for their attractive negative drum holes ( rather than the actual drum shapes themselves which are usually combined stacked in order to create columns) 





Mark Ricard, seen resting here after we completed this rather modern looking wall, was one of the key Canadians who participated on the project along with Christopher Barclay and me.

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