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Old 03-02-2011, 08:39 PM
Peasant
 
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Location: So Cal,California
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Default Re: Variations in the Oven landing shape

DMUN That is a beautiful clock and nice oven. wish I still lived in Maryland where I had a much bigger yard getting ready to put a casa2g modular together.Doing a modular because right now I really don't have the time to finish in a timely manner but at some point would love to build one from scratch I love to cook and want to learn to bake artisan bread and I love the smell of the wood burning oven
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