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    Another holiday rolls around and Mrs Heyyall pulls out the honeydew list.

    This holiday weekend--a fire pit.

    No, we can't place a ring of rocks on the grass and go with it. We need to remove 9 inches of dirt, add a base layer, top with sand and then set the stones. In the process move three tons of stone by hand

    We will see how it goes.

    Here we are at the two hour mark.



    Mrs Heyyall has managed to be doing something else important for 119 minutes of the time. The one minute she participated she brought a caramel apple and coke...to keep my energy level up????
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    That's easy stuff. Laborious, but it's really not that hard.
    And it will be worth it when you sit back next to the fire, relaxing with the adult beverage of your choice.
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    That is at least a "fun" project. I'm looking forward to seeing the finished result!
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    You running tubeless in that wheelbarrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hang 21 View Post
    You running tubeless in that wheelbarrow?
    Nope. Tubes all the way around.
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    Yep a very satisfying project. A project you will sit and admirre with a brew and some good grub over and over for years to come. Hey and Mrs. Heyyall is doing her job some wouldn't even be that polite.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Go to Home Depot and hire some temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    Go to Home Depot and hire some temps.
    I agree +1

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    Ha,ha DS has a point I've done it before. But not quite as satisfying as doing it all yourself. Heyyall I like your landscaping, especially the bicycle pump / bird feeder.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Sand base, poured slab, solid block floor with air flow channel and pavers left over.

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    That looks nice 'tude
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    I agree that does look nice Tude. One question for you. Why are the cinder blocks above ground rather than below and out of sight.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    I had planned on a stepped skirt and just didn't get around to it.
    Needed to build a 4 season porch for mom and step dad who live on the property.
    I'll get to it after the porch for Toni and finishing the wood shed.
    :-)
    I posted it as an easier alternative to heavy stone.
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    The sod out and loaded for removal.



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    That is a lot of work!
    I'm afraid of heights so a 26'r fits me to a T.

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    That is a lot of work!
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    Built a few myself

    Ive built a few stone ones myself. It's hard work for sure.
    One small ring I built involved a massive amount of hand digging in a sloped yard. I was prepared I thought. Then encountered a boulder I had to hand break and remove!
    At least it looks like you wont have to do any serious mining with yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    I had planned on a stepped skirt and just didn't get around to it.
    Now it makes more sense, once that stepped skirt get's built it will look awesome, more so.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Yup--but the future is uncertain. Time flies so fast and half finished projects fade away.
    Thanks. It does work and makes for a nice night.
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    Now it makes more sense, once that stepped skirt get's built it will look awesome, more so.
    I'm afraid of heights so a 26'r fits me to a T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    Yup--but the future is uncertain. Time flies so fast and half finished projects fade away.
    Thanks. It does work and makes for a nice night.
    Well this thread should get ya motivated if nothing else. Either way you did a great job, what is the breather hole connected to at the surface?
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Looks like you're putting the new Chevy to use already.

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    It just runs out the back and allows air to be drawn into the fire. If you notice the ledge around the inside perimeter--that holds the grate.
    Air can flow from behind at ground level and up.
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    I see a green dot next to your name indicating your slacking off right now, get to work
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    Looking forward to seeing your progress, heyall.
    Watch the toes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Settertude View Post
    It just runs out the back and allows air to be drawn into the fire. If you notice the ledge around the inside perimeter--that holds the grate.
    Air can flow from behind at ground level and up.
    I understand the concept I just don't see the grate. Apparently it must be below the bucket before it was finished.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Whipped. Somebody had to say it!

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    Next--move 4,000lbs of class 5 base material



    This may be a bit more than half of what we will need.
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    And here is the nearly finished hole.

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    I hope the neighbors approve of this bomb fire.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Heyyall I hope you installed your dentures. It looks like you're in for a long chewing session.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    done yet?
    For the hour, yes.

    The exercise tally for the day- 10 miles on the bike including a pr on a one mile climb, 17,000 steps, dug on ginormous hole. Not too shabby if I say so myself.

    I made me a snack to recharge. A little thing called kicked in your taco guacapico.

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    Heyyall I hope you installed your dentures. It looks like you're in for a long chewing session.
    You ninja'd my big bowl of salsa
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    The end of Day 1.



    On for tomorrow:
    Leveling sand, firepower assembly and stones for the sitting area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    F kicked in your taco guacapico.
    YEA !! for Garlic breath... WHoot WHO0t

    what's the charge to ship 94952 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    YEA !! for Garlic breath... WHoot WHO0t

    what's the charge to ship 94952 ?
    I'll make you a batch. Just stop by around 7 am.
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    fire pit and retaining wall with steps I did.
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    ^ nice work. I wanted grass around the pit but my wife wanted stone. She wears the skirt in the house, so who was I to argue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    I made me a snack to recharge. A little thing called kicked in your taco guacapico.
    Chum's coming over for dinner?

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    well it will be easier to mow around the way your going for sure.
    Right now I have a pile of rubble in the back yard of my house waiting for me to get started. I'm going to do flag stone around at least part of mine as we are sick of the grass clippings drug in the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    Go to Home Depot and hire some temps.
    Minus the fact that you have to direct and watch every move so they don't just F everything up. Demo work, sure... moving, finish work, anything that takes thought... don't do it.

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    Criminy! Is that your brand new truck full of mud & slop, heyyall?!!! You're not supposed to get it dirty so soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carverboy View Post
    fire pit and retaining wall with steps I did.
    Nice stuff!
    I'm afraid of heights so a 26'r fits me to a T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Criminy! Is that your brand new truck full of mud & slop, heyyall?!!! You're not supposed to get it dirty so soon.
    The truck let out a giggle of enjoyment each time a square of grass was thrown in.
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    Day 2 update.

    Compacted and leveled the base.



    Leveling sand was loaded


    Fire pit kit


    Unloaded and sorted


    Laid out in its pattern


    We've broken for lunch. We have a ton of limestone to unload and a trailer to clean over the next two hours.
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    Looking good.

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    That's going to look awesome when it's done!


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    Moving right along! All Ive done today is get lost in the woods and rained on.
    Glad my wife does not lurk here or I would be in hot water. lol
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    Fit pit loose fitted (need to glue the caps).



    Let the jigsaw puzzle begin.
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    That's some serious work my friend!! You will enjoy it soo much more knowing you did it, with a little help from Mrs. Heyyall.
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    Puzzle solved. Now I just have to break it down, level and replace. The home stretch

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    Holy tobacco heyyall! Looks really nice!!!

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    I'm about 1/3 leveled. This part is slow and painful. We are done for the day.

    A view from the deck.



    Tomorrow night is supposed to be in the upper 40s, so hopefully we can put into action.
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    Nice work Heyyall!!!

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    Its been fun to watch the incremental progress before our very eyes. Lookin' great!

    Oh, and heyyall you're a machine.

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    Thanks guys for fun comments above. Reading through the thread bring a smile to my weary body.

    The bid from the landscaper was $3800 for the labor for the project. I'll pay the boys some for helping, but I think I'm going to get me something for the troubles. Perhaps a deluxe marshmallow roaster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    The bid from the landscaper was $3800 for the labor for the project. I'll pay the boys some for helping, but I think I'm going to get me something for the troubles.
    Or a fatbike with the money you saved on the labor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishful Tomcat View Post
    Or a fatbike...
    I second the opinion, but I'm biased.

    The fire pit looks really nice. Good job!

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    Heyyall congratulations on your achievement. That pit came out incredible. And Carverboy yours is pretty sweet as well.
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    Stick a fork in it, the project is done.

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    And a very nice project it is, too.
    Good work.
    I'm afraid of heights so a 26'r fits me to a T.

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    Fabulous heyyall! It can double as a Koi pond, too!

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    Turned out awesome!

    Wow, love the flagstone! Did you use rock dust between them or mortar?
    Those large pieces really make it! I know just how hard those are to place and level.
    I think my lower back may be having flashbacks. lol
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    Some of the large stones were pushing 75 pounds. My forearms are toast from lifting and holding the stones up while sweeping sand under. Actually, I'm sore all over. Strangely enough, my back, which normally hurts, doesn't feel too bad.

    As for the joints, it is polymeric sand. You sweep it in and wet it. It is supposed to be like cement when it dries. We will see. The package said give it 48 hours to cure, so we may not be cooking marshmallows tonight after all.
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    That looks like a great spot to spend som cool fall evenings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    That looks like a great spot to spend som cool fall evenings.
    Heck, that looks like a great spot to spend THIS evening!

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    So Heytall do you make cross country side job visits.
    Turned out amazing, have you figured out what you spent on everything. Doing it yourself saved some serious coin.
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    So Heytall do you make cross country side job visits.
    Turned out amazing, have you figured out what you spent on everything. Doing it yourself saved some serious coin.
    We spent about $1250 on all the materials. I will probably pay my oldest some money for helping out. We also used a lot of fuel since we had at least a dozen trips to the stone yard. These items aren't yet added to the total, so the final tally will be a $100 or so more.

    We saved over $3000 doing it ourselves. But, we wouldn't have a fit pit if we needed to spend $5000 on it.

    I'm am looking for a tool to pay me for my time. I may get a compressor for the garage. I want at least a 30gal tank so that I can blow out the irrigation system this fall. That will save a $100/fall--essentially paying for the compressor in 2 to 3 years. It will also give me a lazy man's tool for the never ending cycle of pumping up bike tires.
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    My local sand and gravel place does free delivery if I buy over a minimum quantity. That saves a ton of time and effort.

    The wife and I installed a 300 sq/ft paver stone patio, planter beds, paver stone walkway and 1500 sq/ft of sod last year.
    And when I say the wife and I, I really mean that. She moved a ton of dirt and gravel.
    Today was planting trees. Three mandarins, two lemons, one avocado, a Sharp's Pygmy maple, a Tamakeygama maple, a Shaina maple and two Moonfire maples. We have room for more when bare root trees come in stock this winter.
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    That is a beautiful finale!

    Please post up pics with the fire lit
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    Marshmallow roasting has begun

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    That came out incredible! Nice job!
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    Outstanding work!! Good job, it looks awesome!
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    I love the roasting "sticks"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by askibum02 View Post
    I love the roasting "sticks"!
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    Heyyall is giving all the guys on here a bad name. Hide your computers boy's. I can hear all the wives now. "How come you never build anything like that" "I can't even get you to take out the trash" blah,blah,blah.....…
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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Very very nice Heyall, looks sweet as buddy, nice n homely looks the bomb mate.
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    Biting off more than one can chew

    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Heyyall is giving all the guys on here a bad name. Hide your computers boy's. I can hear all the wives now. "How come you never build anything like that" "I can't even get you to take out the trash" blah,blah,blah.....…
    So true. My wife posted her pictures last night on Facebook. There were women friends that were saying that very thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    So true. My wife posted her pictures last night on Facebook. There were women friends that were saying that very thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    perfect for the 2 weeks of nice weather we get every year here in the midwest
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