|cut stone in the foreground, "random" (as in shapes) in the back|
|Jim, for scale! Note the natural cracks/faults in the slabs|
|8" thick slab ready to be cut. Any guesses why this equipment is buried?|
Left over bits and bobs? Not great for structural building, but beautiful as a textural element when applied as a veneer to buildings, columns, fireplaces,
|Odd sizes await the creative builder.|
Their chokecherries were in fine form, too!
|native chokecherry, Prunus virginiana|
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