We've promised that we will be leading a stone moongate/walling workshop this weekend. We have advanced students and beginners so its going to be fun.
Brian, Scott and Dan already brought the stones to the site and prepared some of the base for the students last week. They discovered working on the base to be a challenge.
It is a bit counter intuitive, but building the lower half of the stone circular opening of a moongate is actually more difficult than building the upper half. Any guesses as to why that might be?