"Dry stone walling meshes well with modern technology. Here is a design of a church ruins first visualized in a program called Sketchup, which help luddites like me stretch and push shapes into place digitally and so be able to visually imagine what a wall here and a wall there will look like , and then as dry stone wallers we get to go out to try to build what it is we have produced on the computer screen. What is interesting is how close we got with the realization of the original digital graphic design. And the whole thing materialized in such a short time from design to finish so that there is a momentum and excitement about designing the next new project. This dry stone ruins church took 7 men two weeks to build. It is going to be a back drop for the wedding celebration on the property in June. Now the gardeners move in and make the thing beautiful with flowering living growing things. I hope they have as much fun as we had building the stone part."