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Old 08-20-2012, 07:01 AM
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dang it. you guys are all cooking and curing and i am still waiting on pipe and pouring concrete.
Great job and enjoy.
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You will get there Tracy!!! Keep on trucking!!!

I will be framing the exterior this weekend just to winterize it. Next year will be the cultured stone veneer. I spent way to much $$$ as it is. My wallet needs a break.
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Sounds like Connecticut is never going to be the same! Keep up the great work and yes when they your neighbors smell the pizza coming out of your oven they will come Have a great day

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It's nice having a brother in law thats a welder and happened to have some spare copper laying around. He made me a fully insulated (2 inches of FB board inside) copper faced door. I couldn't be happier!
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Old 09-03-2012, 06:06 AM
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It's nice having a brother in law thats a welder and happened to have some spare copper laying around. He made me a fully insulated (2 inches of FB board inside) copper faced door. I couldn't be happier!
Hi Dave! Great build, beautiful door! And from your pics Great food too!
Enjoy enjoy enjoy!
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btw ya gotta post the details/recipe for that rolled beef and peepers!
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It's nice having a brother in law thats a welder and happened to have some spare copper laying around. He made me a fully insulated (2 inches of FB board inside) copper faced door. I couldn't be happier!
That is a beautiful door! Nice work. Too bad I don't have a welder in the family...
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I can make it without another brother-in-law, I just wish I had "some spare copper laying around" $$$$.
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Dayum... That is a nice looking door. I may have to rethink my plans!
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Thanks...my brother in law did me a great favor!!!
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