We may not know what it is … but we built it anyway!

There were a lot of semi-dried, over-sized eucalyptus logs that needed a use. So we built this ….thing …

Tendai hammering a smaller infilling log

Tendai hammering a smaller in-filling log

 

Very heavy wood logs

Very heavy wood logs

 

 

Needing a lot of effort to roll

Needing a lot of effort to roll

 

 

 

Rolling logs

Rolling logs

 

The big lift

The big lift

 

7 man lift

7 man lift

 

into place

into place

 

Didymus lifting

Didymus lifting

 

Didymus in charge of the design

Didymus in charge of the design

 

 

Tongai trimming and shaping

Tongai trimming and shaping

 

Tongai and Ramius congratulating themselves!

Tongai and Ramius congratulating themselves!

 

The rolling team end of day

The rolling team end of day

 

The designer - triumphant!

The designer – triumphant!

 

Team photo!

Team photo!

 

Ok, it’s a tidy way to store the logs for future stone cracking (i.e. burning) and provide an interesting castle for the school children to play on. It’s a good place for grown-ups to sit absorb the surroundings too.

 

 

Sorry – missing a doggie photo!

 

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