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  • Jim & Angie's Pompeii

    Well, much like everyone I have read plenty but the time has come to stop reading, and start doing. I sense that everyone has that initial fear to just "jump right in". First, I need to thank James for allowing us the access to this wonderful forum along with all the information needed to create a masterpiece. I also want to thank Dino and Pizza Bob for inspiring me to hopefully learn from their mistakes. Time will tell...anyway shortly I will post pictures and give everyone updates.

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    Jim and Angie: you're totally welcome. Glad you started your thread and we look foreword to seeing pics of the progress. We're all happy to help out with any questions you may have.
    Here's to a successful and fun building process!
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      Re: Jim & Angie's Pompeii

      You have to "jump right in". Many of the things that appear confusing or complicated will make more sense as you proceed.


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        Re: Jim & Angie's Pompeii

        Thanks Neil and Dino. The encouragement certainly helps!


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          Welcome to the Forum....Send Pictures of Angie .......I mean the Oven work in progress so we all can enjoy your hard work.


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            Re: Jim & Angie's Pompeii

            Welcome aboard Jim and Angie...boy are you in for a ride

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              The pictures of Angie (the new name for our oven - thanks Chris!) are coming shortly.