This random, herringbone, squared granite, dry laid pattern, with its tight fitting joints, makes the stones we are building with look like they are melting into each other.
Speaking of melting - the rain and periods of hail that pelted us here most of last week finally subsided. The mud was up to our knees.
Mark Ricard, Matt Harvey and I took a short sunny photo break yesterday afternoon.
This week it has been dryer. The mud has receded and we've shaped and fitted stones onto the wall now to well over our waist.