The keyhole firepit comes to life.......

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ScotO, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. tbuff

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    Great idea, I may build one this spring. I can see a couple chickens spit roasting over a nice bed of coals..... Can't wait for warmer weather!
     
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    How about you get your wood out of my yard by spring so my yard is not a mess!!!!! ;lol;lol;lol
     
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    As part of the original agreement as it relates to the "Wood haorders Proclamation of 1816."

    Chapter 9, subtitle 64 section A reads " All haorders which whom engage in the hoarding act with a partner shall evenly distribute all wood amongst involved parties. The hoarder with less overall burning time shall be responsible for storage of said hoarded wood, splitting of hoarded wood, transporting of hoarded wood, stacking of hoarded wood and providing a solid flow of non-light brew of senior partners choice."

    ;)
     
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    Non-light, you nailed it
     
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    here is mine need to see if my see if I can get this posted. been having pic/post problems P1010618.jpg
     
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    Whatcha got cooking in the dutch oven??
     
  7. DexterDay

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    Nice pit... Whatcha Cookin?? :)
     
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    Fresh Greenbeans ,potatoes Bacon,onions
     
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    I have a welder and some 1/4" plate... this is inspiring me

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    I guess you could use the horns for pot hangers LOL
     
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    that must be one of a kind, thanks for sharing.
     
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    Are those firebrick on the "wall' of you narrow area, or just regular paver type brick? Are the pavers on the floor holding up OK to the heat?
     
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    We thought about the firepit (they are nice) but for our property the big old fireplace looks better, it also fits our needs better for burning some of the old rotten pine.
     
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    Those are actual Firebrick in the cooking area.

    As for the pavers, they were free and so far, none have cracked. Its got some standing water in it now, but if I get a chance today, I will try and get a pic.
     

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