If you are wondering what Structolite is, it is a US Gypsum product that is used to make stucco.
Alan Balma, a newer member of the work group, is working on putting the plaster cloth on the hill to Mt. Carmel. You can see that Alan puts up a dry piece of plaster impregnated cloth, then sprays some water on it, then brushes it with a small paint brush to blend the wet plaster together.
Paul, when he finishes mixing his new batch of Structolite, will follow behind him and put that up while the cloth is still wet. It takes less water that way so it is less messy.
Here is the finished product of their work. Once we get this backside hill finished, we can start on the hill in front of the tracks.