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Well, I guess Russia is on the permaculture now days.

This looks like a nice little first time build for those trying to learn. About as good as I've gotten on that scale (I've done better with smaller burn tunnels).

Who has what to say! I hope it's something better than 'Lord, I hate peasants' because there are those around here who will take that the wrong way. Me included.

Look at those kabob sticks!
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Before all else, does it work?

As for the Kebab sticks, take some of the extra bricks and make a small bed to put some coals in with two layers of brick so the Kebabs will be just the right distance over the coals as you lay them across bricks on either side. []__[]
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