The second cubic meter of marble belongs to me, and it is a cream, light orange version of Spanish Pink Marble.
While we had the crane, we decided to move in some of the old sculptures to finish them. Frankie was nice enough to stick around and help. The first piece that we moved was Meg's "Sea Lion".
We also moved Meg's "Wolf & Pups" from the sculpture garden to the front of the studio, so that she could finish it.
Every time that we moved the crane, the outriggers had to be set back out and heavy wood pads set under them. It's also exhausting climbing up and jumping down off the big trucks. You have to be careful that you don't make a mistake while moving the heavy stone sculptures, because you're tired. Gravity never lets up, and it won't forgive carelessness.
"Oberon" was placed on the rail cart. That was the end of a long day.