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Old 06-11-2008, 04:39 AM
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Thanks gang...I'll save my back!

...the truck was able to back in to pour two yards for the BenjaMia Bakehouse building pad.....so It should be able to do the hearth as well!

I'll do one pour and take pictures.....

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Old 06-11-2008, 07:03 AM
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You'll be happy you did! Also, since you're pouring the blocks as well, make sure to add water to the mix to make it a little wetter. Have him put a little in the chute and look at it. If it needs more, have him add it 'till you're happy. Remember, you're the one paying for it and have to work with it. You want it to flow easily into the block so you actually fill them, not leave big voids in them. Having voids is counter-productive and won't be as strong.

Hope it goes smooth for ya and let us see.

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