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“We prepared the concrete and poured it into the excavated area, leaving about half an inch between t” — rdennis60
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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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“Although I probably should have let the foundation cure entirely, I didn't really do that. I couldn'” — rdennis60
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“I mixed small batches of mortar and applied a layer under each stone as I went along. It is importan” — rdennis60
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“After the bottom row was set, I let it harden for a couple of days. Then I started to stack the ston” — rdennis60
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“One of the more difficult parts of this project came as I neared the top level. Not only was I tryin” — rdennis60
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“At this point, it's almost finished! My husband and my brother filled the bottom with pea gravel aft” — rdennis60
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“Stone pit” — lsfphoto
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“Next we laid pea gravel and called it quits for the season. Fall was here and the days were getting” — rdennis60
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“After a massive garden overhaul this spring, I finally had a few spare days to revisit this project.” — rdennis60
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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
“bill -- fire pit possibility in back circle” — xoxo1
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“Cocktail area” — 123kenzie
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“Firepit. Stacked stone.” — nuthinbutnesbitt
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“Erin Lang NorrisSaveEmail I anxiously built my first fire while hosting a party of about 30 people.” — rdennis60
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