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“DIY” — elsierolim
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“Concrete: 4 or 5 bags Mortar: 5 or 6 bags Rebar: 10 pieces (about 24 inches long) Sandy creek flagst” — rdennis60
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“in ground firepit” — chicana11
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“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/535448/list/how-to-make-a-stacked-stone-fire-pit” — Becky Harris
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“Instructions” — curly23girl
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“bomber fire ring” — David Iannuzzi
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“Juquitiba” — nicopijl
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“Pretty much perfect” — David Connell
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“did firepit” — Susan Borkowski Thraen
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“for our firepit. wiskey bucket for wood, chairs,” — Melissa Boeger
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STORY: See how to make this stone firepit here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/535448/list/How-to-Make-a-Stacked-Stone-Fire-Pit
“Stone fire pit” — Leanna Davies
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As the nights draw in and the daylight hours decrease, you can still enjoy being outside in the garden and inviting friends over to enjoy a fire pit. With collected fallen leaves and twigs from the garden, you can have a small fire in no time, place some chairs around, blankets on knees and hot soup with friends- just perfect. By using bricks or dry stone it's simple to build ...More
“Did fir pit, and lovely stone used” — michalajackson
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“Easy to do” — Amy Trepanier
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“Fireplace” — designs by dunn
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