I have been waiting in breathless anticipation for this performance. The weather is perfect and well it should be. Doing these kind of moves with a partner that is very heavy, a dead weight in fact, is not often attempted. I am thrilled to be able to catch this
Note Ed's unusual move with the side of the potato hook. It is not often seen, but Ed is a master with his tool!
Now the real dance commences. This lift requires grace and pry bar leverage with a partner that is so dense. The mud and stones are all prepared to make a successful landing possible for this incredibly complex move.
The stone missed the landing ever so slightly. This will require delicate maneuvers on Ed's part.
Ed positions another stone while his partner rests in anticipation of the final landing.
What an exciting move! Ed and his pry bar are poetry in motion and the unwieldy stone has made an almost perfect landing.
This one leg in the air move is unprecedented, but really paid off. The big stone is almost exactly where Ed wanted it!!
He places stones at the base of the big stone so that it can remain solidly in place.
Now it is over. The stone is perfectly placed and Ed is still looking terrific. What a fabulous performance! Bravo!!!!!! What can Ed possibly do for an encore? I can hardly wait!