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  • New guy from Austin, TX area...

    Hey y'all... A former NY'er living in the Austin, TX area here.

    Looking forward to gleaning all kinds of great stuff from you awesome folks!
    Last edited by ronzorelli; 08-11-2009, 08:38 AM.

  • #2
    Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

    Nice. A great place to land. Watch out for the bats under the bridge!
    Stay out of the Continental but eat the ice cream across the street.
    Really good Red Beans & Rice on 6th St.
    The hill country is like a forgotten heaven.
    Maybe a wood fired oven can smoke out the folks that want keep Austin weird.



    • #3
      Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

      I gotta tell ya... after surfing the threads here for a few days, I am absolutely blown away at how much info and expertise there is here.

      I'm extremely thankful I found this site.

      I'm getting all kinds of ideas for when I build my WFO.


      • #4
        Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

        Welcome aboard, Ronzorelli!

        You are coming up on the perfect building season - starting about October. Don't wait till spring because the heat pretty much shuts most of us down in the summer.

        Ovens are an addiction!


        • #5
          Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

          Building will have to take a backseat for awhile. Getting married in May and all the spare change between now and then will be put away to pay for that.


          • #6
            Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

            welcome to the club and congratulations !!!


            • #7
              Re: New guy from Austin, TX area...

              Welcome to the forum. There seems to be several of us in the area building an oven. Take the advice about waiting until the fall. I got the base all done in June/July but the heat was almost too much.