Out door set-ups...

Warm_in_NH Posted By Warm_in_NH, Jun 7, 2014 at 7:21 PM

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  1. Warm_in_NH

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    Here's my hillbilly outdoor fire place.
    Got one?
     
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    Here is my favorite.

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    PE Spectrum doing what it does best. ;lol
     
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    I am going to do this with my burned out US 2500. I plan on putting mine on a brick patio though.
     
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    Never realized people put the retired stove outside for a burner.
    BB, what's that smoke chamber box above your stove, old pc tower box?
     
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    Charcoal grill, smoker ,pizza oven. No has pavers in place of grass.
     
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    Filing cabinet. Dollar store aluminum broiler pans fit perfectly in them to hold pork butts, ribs and chickens.
     
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    Pool heater??

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    Some of those look good, the one Bart put up with a smoker looks like it would work great. My brother had a bait and tackle shop and a restaurant on the Manhattan Beach Pier. He had a similar set up with a old metal icebox as the smoker, for smoking fish.

    Richard
     
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