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Hello from Kenya

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  • Hello from Kenya

    Hi All,

    My wife and I live in Nanyuki, Kenya (right next to Mount Kenya and pretty much on the equator). Nanyuki has exactly zero good pizza resteraunts and I've been craving good pizza for a few years now.

    I've been lurking on the site since November last year. It's very informative and often quite entertaining.

    I've downloaded the plans and built a 42 inch Pompei oven. Surprisingly enough, most items were readily available in Kenya. Fire bricks (extras left over from a large Comercial kiln project) and vermiculite were the easiest to find.

    As soon as I get the photos in order I'll post a selection showing the construction process.

    Tom T

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    Re: Hello from Kenya

    Hooray! It's often hard to find refractory materials in tropical climates: a lot of us here in the states shop at places that sell to masons building masonry fireplaces, and those are scarce in hot areas.

    We look forward to your pictures.
    My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2