The Art and Craft of Stonescaping: Setting and Stacking Stone
This handsome book explores dry-stacked stonework, the perfect craft for any homeowner with a yard or garden. With a few basic tools, a pile of stone, and this book, anyone can create stone walls, benches, paths and patios, culverts, steps, and more. How-to color photos and fine illustrations depict every critical step, and a wealth of color photography offers plenty of inspiration.
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Working with Individual Stones
DryStacked Retaining Walls
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