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August 25, 8:25 PM [GMT -5]

Hard to beat the top ring of a 55 gal drum. You can move it, put a grill on it, and do what you want. Easy to move and clean out the ashes.

April 21, 8:40 PM [GMT -5]

@corvettequeen

Is it the fire pit from May 2011 issue?

http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Concrete---Brick/Brick/building-a-fire-pit/View-All

April 25, 10:21 PM [GMT -5]

Can't wait to do it this weekend! "Thanks F-Handyman"

August 15, 9:00 PM [GMT -5]

I would like to build the fire pit featured in the Sept 14, 2011 issue of Dream Backyards. I could not find it on your site, yet that is where the magazine tells you where to look????
Could you possible email where I might find the instruction on that particular fire Pit?

July 21, 3:25 PM [GMT -5]

As much as I want to do this project, I have to wonder if it would survive an Alaskan winter. We can get down to 30 below here in Anchorage and the ground will heave as well and I really don't want to have to re-level the stones in the springtime.

Is there anything that I can do up here?

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