Most of the First Step of the Wall is finished, with the Rhyolite Rocks laying on top of it, being ready for the next Block of Concrete at the far left (not Visible in the Photo). We used a Wheelbarrow in order to carry the Rocks over there as they were needed. This saved us from having to lift the Rocks up to that height while doing the Work on the Wall, itself, as Opposed to laying them on the Floor, and then having to stoop over and pick them up: because there was already Enough Work to do, without doing any more of it. Notice the small rectangular Hole at the bottom of the Wall at the right side. It is the Cold-air Entrance Vent that goes into the Future Solar-heat-collecting Glass House that will be Attached to the South Side of this Building, later on, when someone is so Kind and Generous as to Contribute to this Good Example of a Well-made Tool House, whose Name will be Engraved in Granite and Posted on the Wall for a Memorial to that Thoughtful Person, who Knows that we have Plenty to do without Looking for Minimum-wage Jobs in the City of Confusion: beCause of being Grade School DROP OUTS!