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Old 10-07-2009, 07:34 AM
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Here are a couple pictures of the new arch and an action shot. The keystone sticks out a bit, but the photos don't really show it too well.
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Old 10-07-2009, 07:09 PM
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Nice brickwork....

Cheers Mark
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Old 10-14-2009, 10:22 AM
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Thanks, Mark.

I put a metal roof on the oven this past weekend (modeled off of Ken's build). Since we've had rain yesterday and today, and will have rain for the remainder of the week, it will be interesting to see how well I did. I wasn't too sure about the flashing, that's going to be my weak spot. I'll edit this post later tonight to include photos of the roof.
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After months of not working on my oven (just cooking in it), I finally cut out the last jig-saw piece of hardiebacker for my WFO housing and slipped it into place. I was dreading cutting the piece using my trusty utility knife, that worked wonders on the straight sections. Thankfully I was loaned a jigsaw with a cement board blade over the weekend for my shower project and decided to take advantage of the opportunity. Now I get to pick out a finishing material.
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