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We embarked on an epic adventure a month ago with a goal of completion before Thanksgiving.

First we have the planning phase

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Then we did some drawing

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After that we did some cutting and assembling

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After the first day we ended up this

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The next weekend resulted in this5617baf536f7a867da870519ed8bd1c2.jpg

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Super nice looking set-up.  Love the roof-addition-overhang-awning-thing!

i've been stuck on the "did some drawing" stage for over a year now.  Purchased outdoor fridge, tons of cabinets, some re-purposes granite slabs, etc...  All I need now is a couple-three pallets of cinder-block and about 40 sheets of corrugated barn tin... And to hire someone to do it for me.

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Looks great, nice work. I'm sure you'll enjoy cooking even more now.


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Nice work! One day I'll either get the stuff and motivation to do such a project of have enough money to pay someone to do it for me.... Although neither of those options worked of for my patio, it's still in the "pre-construction" phase.

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Really fantastic looking out door kitchen. Very nice and you're getting it done in a timely fashion. 

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Really fantastic looking out door kitchen. Very nice and you're getting it done in a timely fashion. 


Thanks Charles, it has been really enjoyable having my Son and a great friend help me achieve what I've got done so far.



Wow! 


Thanks Ben


Sweet!


Thank You Halfsmoke


That looks like it will be beautiful.  A labor of love.  Great job, Ted. :good::good:


Thank You Jack, I'm really pleased with the outcome so far.


Super nice looking set-up.  Love the roof-addition-overhang-awning-thing!
i've been stuck on the "did some drawing" stage for over a year now.  Purchased outdoor fridge, tons of cabinets, some re-purposes granite slabs, etc...  All I need now is a couple-three pallets of cinder-block and about 40 sheets of corrugated barn tin... And to hire someone to do it for me.


Thanks JayhawkPharmer I can't wait to see yours when you get to the building phase.


Looks great, nice work. I'm sure you'll enjoy cooking even more now.



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Thanks Tarheel, I'm thinking it will be a lot more enjoyable.


That is awesome!


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Thank You shuley



Looks great - can't wait to see the finished product.


Thanks rogerfromco, I'm hoping to get it done soon, but that will depend on the weather.


Nice work! One day I'll either get the stuff and motivation to do such a project of have enough money to pay someone to do it for me.... Although neither of those options worked of for my patio, it's still in the "pre-construction" phase.


Thank You Mr. Cue, I'm sure in a couple more years it's something you and Jr. will enjoy tackling as a Father/Son project, I know my son and I did.
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