I would like to thank everyone on this forum for all the posts you have made in the past...this site is where i did all my homework,i sat quietly in the background reading every bit of info i possibly could before attempting to start....as you will all know Christchurch New Zealand has had a shitload of earthquakes since September 2010 and a fair amount of those of a good size bringing alot of Christchurch to the ground,even our house may be coming down...but what i am amazed at is my pizza oven is still standing and as awesome as ever...this has totally shocked me (in a good way) and again it comes down to all the info available on here...so again Thanks everybodyxxx
Re: Earthquake Oven
Don't discount your mason skills, probably had a lot to do with it. I pray you are all doing well - you took a major hit.
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