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Old 01-16-2014, 02:19 AM
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Default Re: Cob Oven

Hi all got the decomposed down last weekend ,it came out really well good and hard and flat thanks to a mates plate compactor .It only got away on me once and smashed a pot plant and a porcelain elephant.It must have looked like a episode of MR Bean.Anyway it all came out great. Tomorrow I go and buy a compound miter saw and all the timber needed to build the stand over the weekend .If its not to hot, 38 in my back yard at 5pm today so working outside in that temp is not for me
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Marty
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