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so you've got a comfy cozy wood stove, but now what do you put behind it? can't necessarily use dry wall, unless you like your house on fire. ...
we're lucky enough to have a stream running through our property, so all we did was jump down into the stream and grab a bunch of flat rocks.here ...
for our rock wall we needed six 80 pound bags of Sakrete Mortar/stucco type S mixyou will need High Strength!! do not attempt this project with medium strength ...
before you get going on your rock wall you will need to make sure that everything is good to go behind it. keep in mind that it is ...
your going to want to lay down some sort of plastic sheeting or old sheet underneath where you will be doing your rock wall, it will get messy ...
i should have said at the beginning that you should be knowledgeble of the game tetris when attempting this project, because you will need to fit rocks in ...
it will take a while to get the desired result. it took us a little under two weeks to do our wall and we also took a couple ...
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