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  • BBQ Tim
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    Very chic

  • Medusa
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    I want it!

  • Medusa
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    Pretty Clever!

  • dereklhall
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    So, y'all are all invited to the party on SEC kickoff day this fall. Football, adult beverages, Q, and whatever sides the ladies come up with, jumpy things for the kids and the best part....I don't have to drive home.

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  • Breadhead
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    Nice... Very nice.

  • Usernamevalid
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    That's pretty badass!

  • Mosca
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    I have outdoor kitchen envy.

  • Mosca
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    That is one nice item. I'm gonna get one.

  • smarkley
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    DUDE!

  • dereklhall
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    Mine looks like this:

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  • Usernamevalid
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    This is the design I would like to build. The open cupola on the roof allows heat and smoke to get up and out. You could hang a small ceiling fan in there too to assist, or just move air on a hot day. A lot of people don't realize that a ceiling fan is one of the best bug deterrents you'll ever find. For my purposes, an 8 x 8 or 10 x 10 roof would be perfect. I would build it low, about 7' of head clearance to the eave to help keep sun and rain on the inside to a minimum.

    You'd need to be handy with a circular saw. If you don't know how to cut a rafter you could probably find info on you tube, or even hire someone to make your templates.

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  • Usernamevalid
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    To the OP, for some quick ideas or even a kit, take a look here. Not sure what you have in you area but even the pics should give you some ideas.

    http://www.lowes.com/Patio-Furniture...10675560_4_pl#!

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  • Usernamevalid
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    For a relatively inexpensive and highly portable work area, try one of these. A garden hose and a bucket gives you some wash up capability. Use a hose made for potable water and you can drink it and use it for cooking. It stores flat if you remove the faucet, so it doesn't take up much permanent space.

    I use mine quite a bit. Typically, I will put a full sheet tray on top for hot foods, or a cutting board if needed. The top is designed to be a cutting board, but it gets gashed pretty easily.



    Mine came from Cabela's, this company has one for $80 shipped.

    http://www.kotulas.com/deals/Product...b&devicetype=c

    I would like to do something permanent, but don't plan to stay in this house that long.

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  • richinlbrg
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    Those were the words that popped right into my mind, too!

  • Breadhead
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    On the patio...

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