drystone

drystone

[′drī‚stōn]
(geology)
A stalagmite or stalactite formed by dropping water.
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Creating has become a way of life for self-taught artist Tom Hickman - from wool pictures to drystone walls and everything in between.
Tenders are invited for modernization of the drystone gas detection systems - gas installations in su sancel the deadline for requesting clarifications is 9 days before the deadline for submission of tenders.
We enjoy none of the features and uniformity of the lime-stones more characteristic of the walls of the field boundaries of the Derbyshire Dales, Pennines and Cotswolds where traditional drystone walling techniques are appropriate.
As I drove there I followed rough drystone walls higher and higher to the windswept tops.
The ancient building method of drystone walling used in Cyprus and eight other European countries has been included on the Unesco list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
He has also challenged himself to enlarge his skill set by visiting Canada to discover how they create curved drystone walls and has used this skill to create curved seats.
Mr Bonner's fatally injured body was discovered by police later the same morning of July 10 last year, after a passer-by reported hearing "snoring and repetitive moaning noises" coming from behind a drystone wall.
It was sheer luck that our retired friend who had come to put up a few gaps in the drystone walls casually mentioned there had been a small white dog up at a pub in Kirkby Stephen.
Vehicle access should be controlled to restrict anti-social behaviour and the theft of paving stones and footpaths from all directions should be improved to make walking up much easier and drystone walls repaired.
Drystone walling courses THE Welsh branch of the Dry Stone Walling Association are holding courses on August 5 and 6.
Farmers, Jill and Andrew Kelly, from Stonebeck Gate Farm, will be hosting events such as sheep dog trials, a gun dog demonstration, sheep shearing and drystone walling.
Easter Walking for Softies in the Cotswolds 3 April 2015 4 days from PS239 Renowned for being typically English, with rolling hills, drystone walls, ancient market towns and sleepy honey coloured villages, the Cotswolds is a walker's paradise that has little changed in 300 years.