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Old 01/07/2008, 03:19 PM   #15
bwoody62
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The pegs stayed square. didn't do anything to them at all(round rods would have been easier). Just started with the biggest rock that sat very level on the bottom, kept working and staggering the LR as we went up. Put all the large rock I had in a seperate bin, kept choosing, changing, twisting, turning, balancing etc. as we went up. Just eye up where to drill the hole and slide the LR down the acrylic rod! Not as difficult as one would think. It was important to balance the pillar as we went higher. When we got to the top, we used the pillar next to it to help secure the other pillar. 4 pillars total. The bigger the rock the easier the balancing act! ALL pillars stand perfectly by themselves!

P.S. Go slow drilling the holes!!!!


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