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Mar. 7th, 2014 @ 01:22 pm Mike Bukowski's Fabrication shop's Website!
Mike's an online friend that has a fabrication / welding business.

He made me and extra large grill top with legs 90 % done, just fit the pieces together and weld here....

It's for the wood burning pool heater emergency after a hurricane hot shower water heater fire pit project in the previous post and will sit in the front of the pit for grilling. Also have the parts to build a swinging arm for a big kettle I picked up on black Friday and fully operational rotisserie set up that I will need to lengthen.

Mike is really a GOOD guy!

I'll post pictures when It gets here and hopefully can have a fire in the thing. If it works when the leaves fall in two months I can burn them and have the pool warm enough to get into as soon as it's cleaned up. I keep wishing I had made the pool shorter and further from the property line so I could enclose it with decorative block filled with concrete.

Add some windows for light and a package unit heat pump and it would be usable year round, easier to maintain, and block the West side on my house where the worse winds of a hurricane would come from. If I slope the roof flat away from the house I will be able to see the back twenty feet of the yard and dock so I could see what was going on out there if the grandkids were fishing, but it's so close to the lot line I'd need a variance to pour a footer all around it to block it.

http://www.afabandweld.com/
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From:(Anonymous)
Date:March 21st, 2014 04:18 am (UTC)

Almost a full year

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I have been moving around recently and not been able to post just read. When I finally got settled in enough to post, come to find out my good friend in WA had changed his password and it took me a few weeks just to track him down and get the new one. I guess we have both been AFK as they say. It is good to see you working on a project again, cant wait to see the pictures of the finished, pool heater, wood burning, fire-pit, emergency heater etc...

All the best to you and yours.
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From:senseless
Date:March 21st, 2014 09:06 am (UTC)

Re: Almost a full year

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Been wondering where you went!

Everything OK?

Good Timing! Today is exactly ten years from my wreck!
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From:senseless
Date:March 21st, 2014 10:27 am (UTC)

Re: Almost a full year

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OOPS LOL dern amnesia! Make that MAY 21st!