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Old 09-08-2013, 07:50 PM
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Quite the finish, bravo, bravo, bravo...
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Thanks everybody ,
But, there is a still a lot to do. Let's see, I have got to pour a cap around the oven to seal off the french drain, floor the patio, build a tiki bar, etc. etc .............
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Gudday
Good on Mrs Gulf sounds like she has added to gulfs work list.
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Amazing build gulf. Those draws are simply amazing. The whole thing is purely art. I'm in awe of it.

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Well Done. She's a beauty!
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Wow! That is just beautiful. I love it all, especially the polished landing.
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After seeing the final results its all in the heart, soul and passion as to the finish you end up with.
Ive seen so professionals who couldnt hold a candle to this....
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After seeing the final results its all in the heart, soul and passion as to the finish you end up with.
Ive seen so professionals who couldnt hold a candle to this....
Amen brother, Great job Gulf.
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Old 09-10-2013, 04:41 PM
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Thank ya'll very much,

But, ya'll are giving me a complex . I have to go to work tomorrow morning, and I don't know if the head band on my hardhat will let out that much .

Seriously, this build has been the most fun that I have ever had with my clothes on

I do know "very well" though, that the real "working parts" of my oven would not have turned out very well, had it not been for the FB plans and the pioneers on this forum. I wont get into naming each of them because I would surely leave someone out. But, if you are reading this and are in the planning stages of your oven, don't get all "caught up" in the "bells, whistles, and decorations". The main thing is to concentrate on the basics of the FB model "first and foremost". Set yourself up a build thread. Most any question you could be possibly ask concerning your build should be asked there. From there, everyone can follow what you have done, what you are proposing next, and will be more informed on how to answer your concerns.

Thank's again Ya'll,
very, very much!
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Thanks everybody ,
But, there is a still a lot to do. Let's see, I have got to pour a cap around the oven to seal off the french drain, floor the patio, build a tiki bar, etc. etc .............
My oven has been "DONE" for almost 2 years and well .....the punch list is still not complete.

Absolutely unique. And again Bravo, Bravo, Bravo....
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