Learning: A Rock Balancing Lesson From Bill

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"Try to place a bigger rock at the bottom.

When you put the next rock on top - try to match the surface of the top rock point with the point of the bottom rock - there are a hundred points on the bottom rock that you can choose.

This part of the process always fascinates me every time - it's an art by itself.

OK, if you have any more questions, feel free to ask me."

- from an email to a beginning balancer in Europe

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