Other than a few more houses, maybe, I placed the last two structures on the plateau. 100_5323-1 by John Moore posted Mar 9, 2018 at 11:01 AM My Basque sheep herders camp With a whole deer being roasted on a spit over a fire while some folks sit around and wait for dinner along with the herding dogs. Some of my logging stuff got re-purposed for this mini-scene. Another deer hangs from a tree to the right rear waiting to be butchered. And I installed and wired my water tank with flashing beacon there also. 100_5322-2 by John Moore posted Mar 9, 2018 at 10:59 AM And once again Murphy raised his ugly head. As always when doing a water pour you try to have everything sealed. When I went to check on the 2nd pour on the big pond the level had dropped meaning a leak. As this stuff cures it heats up so I thought to feel the layout to try and determine where the leak was. The area directly under the tracks between the pond was unusually warm so I suspect the culvert area was the source of the leak. Last night I applied Water Effects as a sealant into the culvert and around it and hope that was it. Won't know until next week when I try to pour again and bring it up to the dam level. You can see the Water Effects drying in the culvert opening and around the abutments. 100_5324-3 by John Moore posted Mar 9, 2018 at 10:59 AM The water was up to the top of the dam and now is back to the original level. In the meanwhile I am totally disgusted with my track ballasting job and so this weekend I am going to try and improve that some. And I am going to start installing a dirt road on the left side of the sheep camp. In the early years on the island roads were primitive with getting around was done by boat, ferry, airplane, or horse and carriage.