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Old 04-17-2014, 10:22 AM
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Keeping this thread up front to help all the builders.
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I feel Les oven build should be listed here also, i thought it was in this list, but alas, it is not. Maybe the main page needs to be refreshed from time to time to catch newer techniques and builds. Just a thought !!!!!!!
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Love it. All the Vets backslapping and BS'ing--truly shows shows a sense on comradery on the forum. It's been a year and a month since the last post on this thread guys; sun's out! Time to start building again. Winter is over. Hopefully, some of you giants will be around to weigh in when I start posting my build. It's going to be a doozie. Until then...
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Good luck on your wood fired oven journey Seven :highfive:

Keep in mind that the planning stage of your build is more important than you think. Take your time.
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October bump ... time to start thinking Turkey, Ham, & Prime Rib friend/family dinners!
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Keep in mind that the planning stage of your build is more important than you think. Take your time.
Wise words for sure. Planning takes time. Tearing down and rebuilding takes more.
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