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Stone work resumes.
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Dry stack for the stone which is why the overkill with the water proofing.

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Curing at 250.
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Made a lot of progress. Oven was still 200 degrees 24 hours later.

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Waiting for the back ordered barn lamp. Landscaping and pizza this weekend!

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Curing at 300 degrees tonight.

If you live in north Texas I highly recommend Mike Hillman with Hillman Outdoor Living. He was easy to work with, did what he said he would, showed up on time, kept the job site clean and didn't tear anything up.

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