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Old 07-23-2007, 09:00 PM
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Default Old Lime Kiln

A friend sent this photo of an abandoned lime kiln on her property on an island in the San Juans of Washington. Granted it's not a cooking oven but represents a lot of the same style and basic masonry processes that we're using in these ovens. Cool looking arch work too. I'll be you could cook some bread in it. Probably need a lot of wood.
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