Lake Seymour stonescape

October 21, 2011
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Richmond, Vermont
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This project was an attempt to create usable space on an otherwise steep slope. After a long few months, 10 tandem load os wall stone, 11 palletts of irregular flagging and alot of long days, the final stonescape was completed. Cantilivered stone benches, low voltage lighting and a transitional green patio were just some of the extras built into this project.

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  • Matt Leonetti
  • Morning Dew Landscaping and Stonework
  • 1-802-760-7577
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    TIGHTER MITERover 8 years ago

    REally nice- Very talented stone cutting and wall building. it is an art that is kept alive by guys like you.

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    CompleteW&Dover 8 years ago

    Wow.... simply beautiful work. Obviously, created by a true Artisan. I do have an "uneducated" question though.... If the flat area is to be used like a patio or deck, shouldn't there be some type of railing for safety? I know it would screw up the look, but I keep thinking of that stone when it's wet and someone getting too close to the edge.

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    MALCO.New.Yorkover 8 years ago

    Posted by: CompleteW&D

    I do have an "uneducated" question though.... If the flat area is to be used like a patio or deck, shouldn't there be some type of railing for safety?

    Nature/Natural versus Safety...

    What would YOU choose?

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    CompleteW&Dover 8 years ago

    Posted by: MALCO.New.York
    Nature/Natural versus Safety...
    What would YOU choose?

    I dunno.... I'm asking the experts.

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    gzpandaover 8 years ago

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