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Old 08-03-2013, 10:49 PM
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The refractory needs to be where most of the heat is, down low, although there is still a fair bit of heat that will come out of the top.
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Old 08-04-2013, 03:33 AM
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Sounds much simpler now than 3 flues and all the associated hassle. Good suggestion Allan.
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Yes, its a simplification and time saver. Brickie has my gratitude and definitely earned a beer or three if I ever get to meet him. :cheers:
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I wonder how I messed this up?

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The time while we're waiting for the bricks is being put to good use, enjoying the scenery. I'm usually not so shaky on the camera, must have been an earthquake or something.





"Abby, how old are you?"


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Old 08-07-2013, 09:04 PM
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Peter who is working on our place was asked if he could please take the ladies out in his boat. He replied ":".



They took some pics of the place. Dolores and I are on the balcony. Pizza oven will be on the right behind the doghouse which will go elsewhere...


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Peter who is working on our place was asked if he could please take the ladies out in his boat. He replied ":".



They took some pics of the place. Dolores and I are on the balcony. Pizza oven will be on the right behind the doghouse...



This shot took some setting up, in two languages and a moving boat, then the monster didn't smile. Best laid plans...


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While on the boat they had some fun with the camera... I wonder what Peter either just said or is thinking. Peter, remember you're married amigo!



I might try this as a desktop background.



Nice pic of...the bottom of the boat.


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In front of the mixer as they wait for a Bus. Abby doesn't want them to go! But...Bye!

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Old 08-08-2013, 12:14 AM
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Nice clear water......
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