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Old 10-22-2007, 03:26 PM
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Very interseting..well, if he has built many than I'm sure its a proven method. Please try to document the chimney building with photos I'm very interested in seeing this and I'm sure others are as well.
Ill see if i can get in there today and snap some photos off.
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Old 10-22-2007, 03:56 PM
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Hi Adrian,
been watching your build progress and looks good. You are really close to pizza now.

What wood (type) do you have access to/going to use?
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Old 10-23-2007, 03:59 PM
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Hi Adrian,
been watching your build progress and looks good. You are really close to pizza now.

What wood (type) do you have access to/going to use?

Thanks mate, i started curing yesterday (just a real small fire) and to test the chimney (not bad so far).

The wood im using just to start the fire is small sticks (old) and the larger peices we have heaps left over old wood fence pailings (they seem to work well). What im going to do is use thow to fire it up, then buy some apple wood and use it for pizzas (throw it in when the temp has been reached).

Ill try and take some photos of the chimney but i can only do it from the bottom.
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