Monday, January 11, 2010

As I walk up the driveway to my current project I think to myself. "What the heck am I doing building a dry stone wall in this type of weather." As I continue to walk I realize that this is one of the only types of masonry that can be done in minus degree weather. I open the tent and look at the pile of clean stone in front of me. I take of my fogged up glasses and turn on my heater so my hands don't freeze as I pickup the very cold stone. The dial on my radio still not light up because it is still so cold. I have to say I am just glad I am not working with mortar. I am glad to be a dry stone waller!!!

1 comment:

  1. But Reid....just think...if you were using mortar you'd have a good excuse to stay warm ALL the time...teehee