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Old 09-26-2012, 02:30 PM
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Russell,
your dome looks fantastic. Can't wait to see the finished dome and the surrounding concrete counter.

Hi tall is your chimney now?

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Ya I'm pretty sure I figured that out tonight it would be the 49" ext. layout?
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:25 AM
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The looks so great! Sounds like a messy job but well worth it for the beautiful counter.
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Nice work on the countertop there!
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Russ...you just keep unveiling more and more beautiful layers!

Very, Very good work!

It's just great, isn't it, to try something you never have before and it comes off.
Hard work, but you seem to revel in pushing your own limits.
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Beautiful work there Russell !
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Thanks Gulf,

Is this weekend the maiden fire up voyage for the Queen?
You got it

I am temporarily back on "shift work". I should have been off for the next 6 days. But, I have to work tomorrow (Friday) for "extra coverage" at the mill. I have a previous commitment (also at the mill) to put some time in on a special project for Monday. My intentions are to start Friday evening with Karangi Dudes method. I hope that on Monday morning , I can place the doors to retain the heat, until that evening when I will ramp up some more for the next couple of days.
I also intend to get some time in on the counters while this is going on.
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You will need to burn a lot more wood than that. When there is no more black soot in the oven it is ready.
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Soon you will running with the pizza dough Russell. You have to make a few mistakes first, then, as you reread some posts here you will have an epiphany and be off again.
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