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The completed outer dial. That's me standing on the dial plate. The inner and outer dial has been completed. A ramp has been located on the south side but will be modified later.

The outer dial and medallion required about 315 sq. ft. of 1.875 inch thick etched-polished granite. The granite tiles weigh 8860 pounds.


Here are the guys!

Joe Miles, Lance Miles, Wayne Moore, Jamie Nevard

These men put in a great effort helping us build the sundial. I feel that it became more that just a job for them. In a very short time they became personally involved in the job and worked very hard to do the best job possible. This is evident by how wonderful the dial plate looked when they left. It was great working with them and we were very fortunate to have these particular men working with us.

Southeast view. The dial from the southeast.

The dial from the northeast.

You can see that it was just a little muddy.

Northeast view.

Northwest view. The dial from the northwest.

Another phase completed.

Looking good, eh!

 

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