A Seating Wall

Here’s a little secret about building a dry stone wall on a busy construction site: work on the holiday. I spent the Memorial Day weekend constructing a seating wall for the Hall Art Foundation in Reading, Vermont. While packs of touring motorcyclists occasionally rumbled past on Route 106, bird song was the predominant sound track. No distractions from the other contractors, who are busy there on the weekdays, meant I could concentrate on the task at hand. I built two sections of wall beside one of the galleries at Vermont’s newest art museum.

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3 Responses to A Seating Wall

  1. T.J. Mora May 29, 2013 at 8:42 am #

    Thanks Dan, This season started off busy with Essex and hasn’t showed signs of slowing. Garden show in Dorset was not well attended, but I got a job out of it! Starting to book for next year.

  2. Dan May 29, 2013 at 7:43 am #

    Try Quimby Mountain Stone in S. Royalton, VT for mica schist. Hope you’re having a good season. D

  3. T.J. Mora May 28, 2013 at 7:41 pm #

    Totally agree, did the same myself this weekend. Nice stone. I’m looking for 10 tons. T.J.

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