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    The fire pit floor after first application of sand. It looks great and is flush with the yard so I can run over it with the lawn mower. The pillars are perfect for hiding scrolls from the Romans.

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    1. gypsy boy 51 months ago | reply

      Great photo,s also great fire pit

    2. bluenote16 28 months ago | reply

      Beautiful. I think that will fit nicely next to my hot tub!

    3. abramswannabe 28 months ago | reply

      Great space! Would there be seating on the retaining wall? You could also make it as big or little as you wanted to fit your need.

    4. Woodster5040 27 months ago | reply

      Are u getting adequate airflow at the bottom to keep the fire breathing?

    5. MrsMustard 23 months ago | reply

      where are the directions on how to do this?

    6. celestial.lind 19 months ago | reply

      Definitely need directions please! And cost estimate! Wonderful idea

    7. ToenyTiger 19 months ago | reply

      just scroll back through his pictures,, it shows step by step..

    8. Paule55 14 months ago | reply

      Love it, good job!

    9. jayreynolds333 11 months ago | reply

      I love hanging out around a fire pit on cool nights. The fall season is my favorite because the nights are just cold enough to appreciate the fire, but not too frigid; the smell that comes with fall is also a great experience.

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