Alas the job of ballasting doesn't end when you walk away and leave the watered-down glue to set the stones in to position,
If you want a neat job you have to return to the scene of the crime to remove all the stray ones sitting on top of the sleepers and more importantly any which are stuck to the web of the rail ready to derail the first passing train.
Close examination of these two snaps illustrate how much tidying up is involved.
And how it looked after Himself had been along dislodging stray stones.
So now the ballast bed stretches nearly all the way around the big bend.
The only section where the track is still bare is in the cutting and that won't be covered until we've got some rock stuck in place.
I'll have more on that for you in a couple of days time.