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Old 06-30-2013, 12:45 AM
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Thank you for the kind offer, when is the official firing?
I would dearly love to, my missus loves babies and all kids for that matter, she would cuddle them all and give them big sloppy kisses.
The problem at the moment is the lack of money to get to your place and back home.....
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Old 06-30-2013, 02:48 AM
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Maybe 8 months or so, hard to say. Could be sooner. I understand the situation, most of my life spent that way and now after all the building I'm once again in that boat.

Still, if you can figure it the airfare to and fro is a fraction of what travel would cost if a hotel was involved. Its a different culture which is neat. Let me know if the possibility arises. Plus, could come pretty much anytime in the future. June has fiesta...every June.

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Old 07-01-2013, 12:56 AM
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8 months may be doable, Ill see how I go, and thanks once again for the offer.
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You are welcome. Thanks for all your good and patient advice.
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Progress pics...

The metal bar is far from the heat.



In the Abbyverse: Abby got a new kitty cat hairband. That's the wife's comp behind her.



Gary can't figure out how to eat the oven.



The boss approves!


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Old 07-06-2013, 12:19 AM
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The metal bar is far from the heat.
You will have to explain the bars as they dont make any sense sorry.
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In the posts and concrete table there is metal bar. In the plan there is 8" of pumice between the fire brick and the table. I was going to make the table refractory but got talked out of it because it shouldn't get hot. Well, any time we pour cement here there's bar in it. Poured floors sitting on the ground get bar, the sides and floor of the pool got bar... There's 12" of pumice between the fire brick and outer dome wall which will form the onion shape. That too gets bar as it won't get hot either.
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Gary can't figure out how to eat the oven.
But, I bet he figures out how to get some bits that come out of it...
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He may collect a goodies toll for us to use the oven.
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You will have to explain the bars as they dont make any sense sorry.
To further explain the bar on the sides, the floor is 5" thick. Above that is an 8" wall around the circumference, so 14" sides to this point, more added later to form the onion dome. Within the wall will be 8" of pumice insulation. The oven occurs above that.
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