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kona8000

also wondering u have 8 Inches of concrete and then leveled?

   
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belindavieira

When it rains, the water drains, do you have any advice?

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Richard Gross

Great job! How wide are flagstones and how wide is the interior of the fire pit? Did you lay down sand or gravel before pouring the concrete? Or just directly in the dirt? Lastly, (sorry for all the questions) did you use a fire resistant mortar for the fire bricks or just regular mortar? Trying to replicate your magnificent fire pit

   

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