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late entry to erica's "hide the barrel contest"

 
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Greetings all;
Just finished my peterburg style 6" horizontal batch stove.
The tile octagonal enclosure acts like a chimney to sweep the barrel which is inside with a 3" gap. Air enters the bottom slots and the cylinder is open on the top. More info and building pic on Donkey proboard site.
Steve R
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Looks great Steve! How does it run?
 
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steve raymond wrote:More info and building pic on Donkey proboard site.
Steve R



Give us a clue then, I spent 15 minutes trying to find it, and failed. It's such a nice job, my other half might even accept it.
 
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I think this is it. I didn't sign up to be able to view the photo attachments, but the description, date, and username seem to line up: http://donkey32.proboards.com/thread/745/srays-peter-style-hoz-6
 
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Dat's the one. But no traces of this guy for a while.
 
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