Scottish master craftsman gathers examples of dry stone features round the world to spread the word about the delights of this ancient craft.
Saturday, 1 December 2012
A Great Idea
This climbing structure was set up in our local park last summer. The children have had great pleasure from going up and down these cast rocks. The surface below is quite spongy so takes any falls without danger. It seems to me that real rocks could be used in this way , the cost would probably be much less. The height is about 2 meters and does require foot holds.