Three months ago we started a dry stone seat at Tiphereth, in the Pentland hills, but had to pause the work due to a lack of stone. A couple of weeks back this was delivered, so a few hardy souls braved the chilly weather to continue the project, and got the bulk of the work done.
Looking pretty good, I'd say - and proof (if any were needed) that it worked:
And undeterred, last Saturday they returned in even less clement weather to finish the job, accompanied by some more truly dedicated dykers.
Yep, that's snow.
It's not stopping them from enjoying themselves, though.
And the seat still works.
Awesome work. Thanks to Stevie for the photos, once again.
This blog, and the rest of the site, are produced by Donald McInnes, treasurer of the SES DSWA (I'm the baldy one, sometimes in a saltire hat).