My late arrival from Korea meant the 4 week symposium was now a 3 week symposium for me. And I needed to replace my big grinder – another day’s delay. It was fun to see everyone’s progress, but I needed to get busy!
My stone, 230 cm. Look in the background — desert — and it’s HOT! But in the other direction is the Mediterranean Sea, easy walking distance. A city is being built around us. Well, a very large resort that will be more like a town. The finished sculptures will be sited there.
Time to flip the stone. We only needed the big crane a few times because we had an army of construction workers all over the place and had daily use of Cats and lifting devices – usually at night. One of the drivers was amazing with his lifting prowess with this bucket.
We had continual cleanup …. no standing on stones – yay!
Turkish coffee — well, coffee with the Turks. Our own little coffee shop. By the end, we had quite a set up.
Stone’s up — back to work. Don’t let the long sleeves fool you, it was so hot I was trying to keep the sun off.