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Old 03-12-2012, 03:20 AM
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...I remember landing, one winter day, in a big snow bank on the side of a high mountain.....You live in god's country for sure

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..so you haven't been & seen Australia yet then??

just kidding, I only know the US from what I see on Discovery channel documentaries, but I'd sure love to come & have a look one day!

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Old 03-12-2012, 07:01 AM
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Sorry it took me so long to post these. Sort of fell into a hole and never got to it. I just posted a pic of our almost finished oven and some pizzas.
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@ Iwood: I don't remember the specific ratio but we used plans off of the site and consulted a book on building wood burning ovens. The finished oven looks alot bigger because we insulated the dome quite a bit and covered it with an outer onion dome of steel.
I enjoyed your pictures, you have designed outside the box and it looks great!

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..so you haven't been & seen Australia yet then??

just kidding, I only know the US from what I see on Discovery channel documentaries, but I'd sure love to come & have a look one day!

Cheers,
Russell.
Russell, I've only seen pictures of your Australian country side and remote areas.....It is a beautiful part of the world. I've recently considered pulling up stakes and moving to Australia or New Zealand, (don't like the direction our country is moving financially and politically), but can't afford to live there -not to mention leaving valued family here. I would however, love to have a helicopter there for some sight seeing.
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I would however, love to have a helicopter there for some sight seeing.
Dont forget to drop in when you do....
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