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Gayle......!
Pooh-Bah
Location: Bristol !!!!!!
Member Since: 9th Jul 2004
Total posts: 2444
Posted:We've moved into a nice house with a fairly decent sized garden and because it's rented i've been looking into outdoor firepits, to save wrecking the grass.

Here is one i've been looking at:

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/pa...2Bchimeneas.htm
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I'd like to know if anyone has any experience with these and what they thought of them. I'm looking into it so that i could have a fire in the back garden but wouldn't ruin the grass. I thought it would be ideal for late night BBQ's and also small meets...

Anything i should know about them? How long do they stay hot for after, are they transportable...that sort of thing.

Any alternative ideas are very welcome, although i'm very keen on the aesthetic (sp?) side of it.


Gayle.....!


Gnor
Gnor

Carpal \'Tunnel
Location: Perth
Member Since: 31st Mar 2003
Total posts: 5814
Posted:Silly tossers....remember that term "variations in style"
Speaking of style did you guys make Lindas giraffepoi?


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Gayle......!
Pooh-Bah
Location: Bristol !!!!!!
Member Since: 9th Jul 2004
Total posts: 2444
Posted:yep biggrin

why, they haven't died have they?


Gayle.....!


Insatiable fire-faerie (Angie)
member
Location: Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland,U.K
Member Since: 30th Sep 2001
Total posts: 150
Posted:I know a very good way to make a cheap fire pit if anyone is interested in NOT spending megga spondoolies on one.
Go to your local scrappy or washing machine repair dood and get yourself the drum from the inside of a washer......you will recognise it when you see it as a very shiny metal thing with lots of holes in and it will yell out to you.....'I WANNA BE A FIRE PIT!!!'
Anyway once you have found it you need to come up with a way of elevating it off the ground. Im not posh so I use bricks or large stones, but you could get some one to weld some legs onto it and there you have your very own fire pit, you can also put a griddle/rack over the opening and cook on it!!

Angie x


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