We transformed this ugly concrete slab, remnant from an old toilet block, into a rock feature that can now be used for seating with a table at one end to enjoy the view of the valley beyond the tanks.
The view from our creation
Demonstrations: laying a corner stone & chiselling
WORKSHOP 1 ‘An Outdoor Room with a View’ DRYSTONE STRUCTURE TONIMBUK HALL -
Instructor Nicolaas Van Diemen
April 17-18 & May 2 2021
Smiles at the end of Day 3, PHOTO: DAVID MCMAHON
L-R: Anne, Jenny, Nic, Janine, Sue and David.
Janine’s proposal drawing for Dry stone workshop structure
DAY 2 Making Progress
DAY 3 FINISHING OFF
Five of us stayed on with Nic to complete the job, BRAVO!
WELL DONE TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY FOR SUPPORTING THIS PROJECT AND FOR EVERY PERSON WHO CONTRIBUTED NO MATTER HOW BIG OR SMALL, IT WAS A SUCCESSFUL TEAM EFFORT!
PHOTO BY SUE JARVIS
PHOTO BY DAVID MCMAHON
ALL PHOTOS BY JANINE GOOD UNLESS SPECIFIED
DAY 1 Nic instructs about principles and safety to the ten participants
MEETING PLACE - TONIMBUK
AN OUTDOOR ROOM WITH A VIEW
Beautiful slate table top being positioned.