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“The enormous drift log at Ruby Beach on the Olympic Peninsula was covered from end to end with carefully balanced round and oval rocks in shades of gray. Some were stacked on flat surfaces on the log; but space for the easy balance was at a premium and the creativity of the artist engineers was inspiring. A flat circle, wedged into a crack in the log was the base for the oval on top of it, the ends of which were supported by the first stone and a hump on the log, a pebble between the rounds making the top one level. The oval became the foundation for the progressively smaller stack of stones. …” See more.