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<p>May i ask why you put the riverstones under the concrete? Does it stabilise the foundation or what? Also the same goes for the trenches you made instead of a &quot;flat&quot; hole...</p>
<p>It's only for concrete savings. Fireplace is not a big building so there <br> is no need to have all-concrete foundation. My English is not very good <br> so sorry to translation helps me Mr. Google :)</p>
The videos not working, would love to see it. Really nice job
<p>Video works for me. Be sure you have Java enabled (Youtube-Player).</p>
<p>Wow! I neither have the place nor the tools nor the skills to do such a thing, but my god! This fireplace looks beautiful! I always adored the feeling of an open flame and havent lost the fascination of campingfires in my 34 years. I would love to sit there and have a cosy BBQ! :)</p>
wish you wrote something. .....
<p>Video (Fig. 1) shows the construction step by step. Perhaps it will serve as an inspiration to others</p>
<p>This looks nice!</p><p>This would be great if you added some written information about how you made this. It looks very interesting!</p>

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