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November Waller of the Month: MICHAEL PAPILE

MICHAEL PAPILE (Massachusetts) — Michael lives in the Boston area and does work throughout New England. He focuses on projects involving historic preservation and renovation, especially those projects where he can work with other wallers and engage the community at large. He collaborates on projects with private property owners and stewards of other historically significant properties like cemeteries, museums, and monasteries.   Stone Wall Tony (stonewalltony@comcast.net)

FEATURED IMAGES: The wall is about 35’ long, built on an incline with a 90 degree curve at the end. It is constructed with fieldstone and topped with fieldstone, schist, and granite cope stones. A griffon statue rests on the eastern terminus of the wall to keep watch over this historic property located in Milton, MA along the banks of the Neponset River. Gus the dog does his best to lend a hand.

IMAGE BELOW: View of the curved wall in Spring (and Gus).