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vincentvintris 09-30-2007 05:09 AM

Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
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Thanks for all the advice. 42" Pompeji works great.
VV

Ken524 09-30-2007 07:11 AM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
Now THAT is one cool enclosure!

james 09-30-2007 10:36 AM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
Now that is cool. Where did you get the curving roof beans and materials? Excellent.
James

Brauma 10-03-2007 06:02 AM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
Now thats my style. I like that one!

Uh oh. Someone told me that the longer I hang around the more likely I'll build one of these pizza ovens. I just joined this forum for the outdoor kitchen ideas.

I think Im in trouble.

asudavew 10-03-2007 06:06 AM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
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Originally Posted by Brauma (Post 16396)
Now thats my style. I like that one!

Uh oh. Someone told me that the longer I hang around the more likely I'll build one of these pizza ovens. I just joined this forum for the outdoor kitchen ideas.

I think Im in trouble.

Fer sure.....

obsession....

it's coming....

keeps you awake...
keeps you from socializing.....
keeps you from watching the news....
it takes over........ You can't stop it.

On the other hand... Great family project, if you get everyone involved.
And, if it makes you feel better, my outdoor oven project has turned into an outdoor kitchen project.....

So either way.. We both got sucked in!

PIZZA
YUM!
;)

vincentvintris 10-04-2007 03:53 PM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
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Hi James, here are some more pics showing the substructure of the enclosure.
Pretty much a matter of selecting the right timbers for curves and integral strength. Locust is what we use. Then some fancy chainsaw work and you are in business.
Have a good day
VV

Brauma 10-05-2007 05:49 AM

Re: Pompeji with rustic Locust Bake House Structure.
 
Ah yes, Becks beer going on and sweet blue coming from the chimney. You're making me cry. I really love that rustic design.

And locust wood will still be there when your grandkid's kids are building pizzas. Love it.

Acoma 10-09-2007 04:48 PM

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VV, the roof design seems similar to Jim's design..I too like the character of it. What had you thinking of this as a roof idea?


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