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Maine fieldstone salvaged from an old collapsed wall and the surrounding property. The in-progress pictures show the essential structure of a dry stone wall: the weight of the stones directed inward, with large “through-stones” spanning the entire width. Small rocks … Continue reading
I’ve recently finished work on a multi-level patio in Freeport. For visual diversity we chose a mix of large irregular bluestone and smaller tumbled bluestone. The result is a tight-knit mosaic of size, shape and color.
Maine fieldstone, found on site and fit together to form a raised garden plot with stone walkway. A second, smaller garden is under construction in the background.
A small bluestone patio and garden extends the living space of this Portland condominium.
Small white fieldstones add visual contrast to this gently curved front walkway.
While working as a stonemason for the National Park Service, I had the opportunity to construct this retaining wall on the Mill Creek trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Smooth, well-shaped stone from the river and a gorgeous hike to … Continue reading
This retaining wall at a beautiful North Yarmouth farmhouse was built with large blocks of quarried schist and granite, with recycled granite foundation stones for steps.