Tuesday, 5 June 2007

The Fall

Today we have added stones 1 and 23. Stoneheads will recall that stone 1 was leaning over at a scary angle until the restoration of 1920, when it was straightened up. Stone 23 is famous because it actually fell over in March 1963, after which it was re-erected into a concrete base. In our cardboard reconstruction the concrete has been expertly modelled in Copydex.

We still have 40+ stones to make so it's now looking like we're not going to make our informal Summer Solstice deadline, but we'll try to get most of it up by 21 June.

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