Kenny's Brick-thing

Made With Trash

Dumped in my driveway were two very large dump trailers-full of masonry and dirt.     The debris came from a portion of building that was tore down in town.
Of the huge amount of debris were salvaged 2 types of brick; all were solid brick with the exception of about 100 figure 8 brick.



LIMESTONE

Today a mason came by to drop off a load of gravel and concrete trash-fill.   There were only a half-dozen pieces of damaged limestone/sandstone salvaged from the load.
Below you see a piece of irregularly shaped stone that has a couple of dings which can be seen on the top corners.   Underneath is a piece that will be cleaned up and installed also.
Limestone
The irregular piece being balanced by shampoo.  The damaged top-left corner can be seen in this picture.
Limestone
This is the view from the right (the longest side).   Shampoo still balancing it in place.
Limestone
Well it's not the white marble I had hoped to put here, but this is all God had on hand, so it'll have to do.
Limestone
Limestone
Above is the stone accent piece viewed from its shortest length.


In case you missed the ding.
Limestone
Here's another ding
Limestone
This shows the overhang (front of stone) that would be preferable to have all the way around the lower stone.   However its not possible as the stone is barely as wide as the wall itself.
Limestone
After I dig out the chops saw and cut the right side of the flat stone (because it's all jagged and damaged also), there will be less overhang than what is seen in the picture below.
Limestone
Limestone
Here's the flat stone turned the other way (jagged side to the left and smooth flat side to the right).
Limestone
Limestone
Limestone
The stone cleans easily with a wire sponge. 

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