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I took some more pics on the weekend of the oven now that it is complete & the planting around the oven has grown.

I probably use the oven every second weekend and cook for a couple of days in it.
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Old 01-30-2011, 04:26 PM
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I can't tell you how attractive this looks, from the perspective of someone that's been snow covered since the day after Christmas.



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I can't tell you how attractive this looks, from the perspective of someone that's been snow covered since the day after Christmas.
Thanks dmun. No sign of snow here. I'm enjoying our summer and the pool and pizza oven. We didn't get any of the rain that Queensland, Northern NSW & Victoria got so have had a great summer so far. The only choice we have to make is if we are going to swim in the pool or at the beach!
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