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  • Stand built, now for the hearth...

    Hello there!

    Bit of an autumn day here today, not your usual 31 degrees C. Mortared the last 6 blocks in place for the stand - the shade and various angled lines make the work appear more helter-skelter than it is :-) A slight shower threatens, so I put up my defences to protect the fresh mortar!

    Now I'll brew a keg of Munich Lager that should be ready in time for the first pizzas, I hope...

    Cheers,

    Carioca
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    "I started out with nothing, and I've still got most of it"

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    Re: Stand built, now for the hearth...

    Very nice. Now comes the fun part, then after that, the really fun part. Hope you are enjoying the summer; I'm starting to look forward to spring here. Winter hasn't been bad, but some outdoor living sounds pretty good.
    James
    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces

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      Re: Stand built, now for the hearth...

      Yes, still a long way to go before the real fun part begins! This summer sort of drained my energy a bit - the construction site is in full sun and I can really start working there only after 4 p.m. But, as I said, it is getting cooler, down a degree or two from the 31 C we've enjoyed last week.

      Ciao, ci vediam'

      Carioca
      "I started out with nothing, and I've still got most of it"

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        Re: Stand built, now for the hearth...

        Looking great!
        -Chris-
        I'm building a Pompeii Oven in Austin, Texas. See my progress at:
        Il Forno Fumoso

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