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Old 08-21-2014, 09:21 AM
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Just to wrap this thread up, here are the final details. All the trim installed on the gable is cedar. I plan to let it weather like the shingles, and when I'm satisfied with the color, sealer will be applied. The only thing I may do is add another chimney cap on top of the existing one, to extend the drip line and some detail.

Anyway, thanks to all that have commented on this thread, 'liked' my posts and pictures, and continued productive dialogue. I wish the best to all of you and whatever you choose to build.

For whatever reason, I can only upload one pic at a time from my iPad. So here's the final set.

Stucco chimney, flashing, cedar and granite ridge cap, shingles.
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Old 08-21-2014, 09:23 AM
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The cedar trim jumps out right now, but when it weathers it should blend better.

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Old 08-21-2014, 09:28 AM
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It has been a fun journey. Glad to see you post once in a while. How's the SM doing?
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Old 08-21-2014, 10:41 AM
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Hey Russ,

SM have done well, in spite of the heat. I'm sure they would have done better if i had done a better job with watering and soil amendment. I'll only put in about 6 plants next year, and just use them for tomato/basil/motz salad or something....I'd rather just buy the canned variety for sauce, because it's easier. As for taste, they are good but not any better than canned.
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It has been a pleasure reading your build and it turned out AMAZING. Us newbs can only dream of having something so beautiful.
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What a disaster.....
No, seriously, well done, fine detail work!!

Now I want to see some equally fine food pouring outa that thing.
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Old 08-21-2014, 03:40 PM
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What a disaster.....
No, seriously, well done, fine detail work!!

Now I want to see some equally fine food pouring outa that thing.
Lol...it's built mostly from leftover junk stone dude what do you expect? No food pics on this thread......
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what do they say.....one persons junk in another persons treasure.......I would take you junk any day.
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I have really enjoyed watching your build. The finished oven is beautiful.
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