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That location is great. The pizza oven with the stone wall backdrop will look really nice!
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That location is great. The pizza oven with the stone wall backdrop will look really nice!
I was thinking the same...plus, it came with the place (AKA - Free!)
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:34 PM
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OK...day four here:

so I have filled every other hole of the dry stack with rebar in it
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and Day Five:

I had built the inner frame of the subflooring like so:
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:39 PM
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and then after consulting with some engineer types here at work, I decided to add some more support to the subflooring on Day Six
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:42 PM
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and here is a quick shot of the top with wood inplace and this is how she sits until Sunday.
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:44 PM
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I have to build the outer frame and decide on the cantilever, if any, and a couple of other things. Before I pour in the concrete, Im going to jam any available 2x4 legs up under the plywood for support. The more the merrier I suppose.
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Old 10-05-2007, 02:48 PM
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You are on your way Steve!

Looking good.

You gonna pour on Sunday?

By truck or by hand mixing?
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Just making sure... you did add support to the little cutout section in the back right? It will not hold without it.
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Just making sure... you did add support to the little cutout section in the back right? It will not hold without it.
As of right now..no. By Sunday, there will be a nice section along the back with support beams and what not like the others. I tend to run out of day light

I should also have my EZ-UP inplace so darkness wont drive me off. I guess I should buy some more insect spray with DEET!

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Ill be mixing by hand! I estimated about 13-14 bags of 80lb concrete. Shouldnt be too bad considering the slab took 36 bags...
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