Our third DSWAC indoor training session which we held at Landscape Ontario near Milton Ontario Canada on Feb 12 and 13 2005 was a complete success. Participants, (four men, three women) ranging in age from 18 to 70 (happy birthday, Ian) , from a wide variety of professions, came together to learn about dry stone walling. On the first day, the basics of structure and design were covered and then on sunday the students joined forces with DSWAC instructors John Shaw-Rimmington and Dean Mclellan to build this amazing 12-14 tonne dry stacked stone "hot wheels loop". Two parallel dry stone walls were built to a height of about 3 and half feet and then the two walls were added to, and joined by, a continuous course of vertical ( or would that be spiral? ) coping which was knit together by a combination of corbeling and arch construction to form this unique garden feature.