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Old 11-05-2011, 07:07 PM
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I used some waterproof masonry paint last year, the oven survived last winter no problem at all. I can give you the name of the paint if you need.
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Well, I knew the only way to make my oven more useful was to keep the weather off of it. Thus, the pavilion over the oven which is almost done. Had to work with the permit department closely, but all turned out well.

Last summer we had a thunder storm with 80mph gusts blow through the backyard and in the aftermath my temporary easy up in a twisted ball. Now it's a permanent solid structure!

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Timo,
Great job on the oven and the pavillion. That ought to keep it dry and still show case that fine oven. Also, be careful, I see visions of lighting, a sound system, and a flat screen built into that structure .
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Another reason for a pavilion. Snow on roof, but not oven. So much easier and better using the oven.
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That's so cool. Great job on the freestanding patio roof around the wfo. I'm sure it makes the oven A LOT more usable, especially on these late winter/early spring storms we're getting.
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