A Boma
(04-18-2015, 07:43 AM)dallen Wrote: around here in about two weeks all you would get to do is look at it once the fire bans go into effect.

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Here's the grate
   

It rests on those 'ledges'. Shown from the underside
   

As seen from the top
   

More or less finished just have to paint it with some 'hot' paint
   

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as long as its inclosed, and on concrete like a patio. just can't have open fires like what you would have in the boma. As long as we keep getting the rains that have been coming thru like last night they won't impose fire bans,

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If it is dry I can understand that, otherwise some idiot will set fire to the Country Big Grin 
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All finished painted heat resistant black paint. (From a rattle can) Smile

       

I would just like to say Thank You to all of you for the help, assistance and advice greatly appreciated. Thumbsup

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Well done! Thats' a very handsome project.
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Thank you Roadracer, just have to try and set fire to it now Big Grin 
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Looks too nice to set fire to Dave.
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Lookin good Dave!
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(04-20-2015, 04:44 PM)f350ca Wrote: Looks too nice to set fire to Dave.

I think you are right - maybe I should use it as a candle holder .......... a big candle holder Big Grin
   

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