A goat will eat ANYTHING
Just, as I explained earlier this week, we continued with flying buttress figurines of arcs no. 17, 18, 19, 20 and 23. At the top arch 17/18, arc no. 19 and arc no. 20 replacement flying buttress figurines will be installed., but not below them, because in those places some already existing stone ornaments will remain, the so-called side crockets.
These end pieces each have a flat backdrop in addition to the bottom profile, plus a horizontal lintel at the top. But with the installation it turned out that all of the new pieces don't quite fit exactly to the old work. To give the contractor more room to maneuver, I only indicated the top profile of this goat with a marker and left a block that is actually too big.. There is also an extra layer of stone for adjustment space on top. This way the mason can place the block more easily as he'll still have some margin. The consequence though is that I'll have to go there again one day to adjust this part on the spot.