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    Finally started on the outdoor kitchen. Been kinda busy sense bridge #2. Had a pool put in last summer, and I used the dirt to build up the area for the kitchen. The pool is 18' x 38' and 10 feet deep...man! a lot of dirt came out of that hole and I needed it all. I'll post some pics of my progress later tonight.

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    Heres a pic of me digging the pool out, and one of it finished.
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    Part of the foundation poured. I used 86 60lb bags of concrete for the whole foundation, it took me two days to get it done.
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    Another pic of the first pour.
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    Water, electric, and drain. I put them in last year. I ran 6/4 wire from my garage to a small outdoor breaker box that will be supplied with 50 amps.
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    Here's a pic of a run-off drain, I also have 3 french drains to control the run-off water.
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    Rocks from the pool digging. I'm going to use them for the patio pavers.
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    Look what showed up in my garden one morning. She was about starved and froze to death. The vet said she was 4 weeks old, and he thought she was a full blooded boxer. We named her Charlie, for her tiger stripes.
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    Charlie prints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buggyman1 View Post
    Look what showed up in my garden one morning. She was about starved and froze to death. The vet said she was 4 weeks old, and he thought she was a full blooded boxer. We named her Charlie, for her tiger stripes.
    How did you get my dog? Not the little one, the big one.
    Good luck with Charlie. Pictures are my girl "Kirby". The one on her back is a "grin" when she gets really happy, every tooth shows. She is now a little over weight at about 150 pounds.

    like your project. Looks like more fun than you may have wanted.
    Have fun
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    New Holland TC45 1,300+ hours - FEL - back hoe - post hole digger - Hydraulic Gannon - cement mixer - pressure washer - 1975 Dodge 500 flat bed - 1974 chevy C65 6 yard dump truck.
    All home made by me. loading forks - 2 drags - roller - Sheep's Foot - Pusher (to unload flat bed truck.) - pickle fork digger - Log splitter -

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