Saugeen!!

Saugeen!!

There have been talks of late and a working group put together with the aim of trying to get the Saugeen Stone Amphitheater Repair/Training Program restarted! This time around there are real efforts to get the community involved as much as possible, along with the...
Hockley Highlands

Hockley Highlands

We are finally beginning our Hockley Highlands project. We had a rough winter with a tent failure which was very dissapointing but with the onset of spring we are there ready to roll! It’s a mix of granite and sandstone which is rare. The first couple of days...
Kettleby Finished for Now

Kettleby Finished for Now

Our Kettleby project is completed for now. The carpenters now have to make their finishing touches! We’ll be back this spring to continue work on the landscaping around the property as well as the herringbone edging inside the stable. It was a long hard winter,...
A Busy Winter!!

A Busy Winter!!

My Crew and I have been busy in the Newmarket area the past few months working on some veneer projects. Its a terrific stone that we are using from Pennsylvania with some great mixes of colours. This is the first building on the site with a few more to go!!
Dry Stone Amphitheatre

Dry Stone Amphitheatre

As a quick update on the Saugeen Amphitheater program…. after some tremendous successes with the men and their training, it has sadly come to an end. For a number of reasons the amphitheater sits in ruins, pulled apart and lifeless. I have great hope that the men can...
The Value of Certification!!

The Value of Certification!!

On November 10th. Dean will be speaking to the newly formed Dry Stone Walling Association of Canada. This is a seperate group from the British Walling association. Dean was invited to speak in regards to the value and the process of the Certification Scheme that the...