Barbara Todd
May 21, 2011 in Photo Questions
What is the stone used here in the picture? Is is dry or concrete layed?
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bplovell
The foundation stone is Cultured Stone - Aspen Country Ledgestone. The fire pit is Cultured Stone - Aspen Southern Ledgestone. They are both laid with mortar holding them onto the structural surface but with minimal mortar showing to look like a drystack.
June 8, 2011 at 11:44AM   
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The foundation stone is Cultured Stone - Aspen Country Ledgestone. The fire pit is Cultured Stone - Aspen Southern Ledgestone. They are both laid with mortar holding them onto the structural surface but with minimal mortar showing to look like a drystack.
June 8, 2011 at 11:51AM     
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adichiara
What is on the inside?
March 9, 2013 at 8:59PM   
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kpconde
The dry stack look is more natural and appealing. We live riverfront. Once a year the river floods a portion of the backyard, and once in a blue moon is it a couple feet deep. Could this particular fire pit, or dry-stacking-look in general, handle immersion in water for a couple of days, for those rare occasions? Thanks for your opinion.
May 10, 2013 at 6:39PM   
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