I still want to see it go uphill or across a muddy creek bank.
I was more meaning how they got them from the boat to where they are now. I see lots of modern engineers say how big a boat would have to be to move stones like that, but the modern engineers always want the block out of the water, they forget how much easier it is to have the block under the water level, all you have to do is keep your raft from hitting the bottom, and that is way easier.
It does make you think.
If one old guy can do this by himself. what could 10 or 20 guys do?
that is what I was thinking, and why I posted it, I don't think that it is that hard to move stone around, even if you have to wait for a dry season to do it.
I wonder if anyone has looked for stones that they might have lost on the way in the water channels, although they likely did not have any boats go down ?
they have to have finished the stones somewhere, that has to leave findable remains.
I wonder if you rowed up the proposed path if you would see somewhere that they would have picked to ship them from, it might be easy to spot where the stones came from, or has someone already done this ?