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I got tired of burning a brown spot into my yard so I decided to pick up some materials and make a nice block base to put my ...
Find a nice flat spot away from the house and neighbors to place your fire stand. Chose wisely because this is permanent.
Depending on the size of your stand, first decide how large you want the base to be. This will determine how much material you will need. I did ...
I spray painted the outline of my location and used the spade shovel to cut the outline of the base. Cut the square just a little smaller to ...
Add the drainage stone. Again make sure you compact the stone down with your tamper or in my case I used a block a wood and hammered it ...
Add your sand. Try to level out the sand with a piece of wood and a level. This is where your block will go on top off so ...
Sweep in extra send between your blocks. Sprinkle some water on the blocks and sand to compact it and then add some more.I also had to put some ...
Place your fire stand on top and start enjoying the summer nights with your camp fire.The total cost was close to $55 in materials and took maybe 2 ...
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