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post #21 of 72

That's not a smoke house, it's a smoke "cabin"....


That is going to be one beautiful project.  I'll be watching this and can't wait to see it in action.

post #22 of 72

popcorn.giflooking great

post #23 of 72

Whats the plans for inside; TV, smoker, grill, couch, all of the above???

post #24 of 72

I still so want one! Looking great!

post #25 of 72
Originally Posted by fliptetlow View Post

The poles were all free, so I'll have about $1,200 in material plus labor. But it's far from done.:)

I hope you are planning on this being an open air house or you might come out one day looking and smelling like an ABT.

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post #26 of 72
post #27 of 72
Thread Starter 

It will be open air, smoker and grill on one side. The other side is going to have a counter with a propane 2 burner stove, sink (hot and cold) with seating on the outside of the counter.


Flat screen up in one peak in a weather proof box with the other end being open.


Off to one side will be the relocated throwing hatchet area. Just a nice area to sit down and have a beer, do a little grilling and watch a game.


Looks like the roof and all corner bracing will be done today, then it's up to me to finish it off. 


Will update some pic's later today. 

post #28 of 72
Thread Starter 

These are the two cabinets I am going to use as the counter. Glass to be removed and other carved panels to replace them and some salvage black corian solid surface material that is going to be the counter. All are carved teak, with a marine plywood base. Going to be up on aluminum legs about 1” up off the slab so it can be hosed out. 


post #29 of 72

Sweet !

post #30 of 72
Thread Starter 

They have one side of the roof done, shows the 6” step-up roof we did at the top for smoke and heat to vent out. 3” overhang with a steep pitch should keep all but a blowing rain out.





post #31 of 72

I"m awe struck. I want one.

post #32 of 72

I am here.. watching.  This would cause a divorce for me.  Good luck and can't wait to see in action!

post #33 of 72


I have to agree. I have 3 smokers now......to say that I want to build a smokehouse.....it had better have a bedroom in it.



Great looking build.



post #34 of 72
Thread Starter 

Well then I am very lucky, think my wife is a excited about it as I am. 

post #35 of 72
Thread Starter 

Building all done, now it’s up to me to finish it. It’s going to take awhile but should get most of it done in the next month or two. 








post #36 of 72

impressive.  Im not going to lie, I thought it was going to turn out like a log cabin, but Im impressed with how it turned out and would love one.

post #37 of 72

That is awesome!  I may have to start sweet talking the little lady now.

post #38 of 72
Thread Starter 

Yea, not sure why but everybody seem to think it was going to enclosed. It was always going to be big open air. 


thanks for the compliments, been waiting sometime to build this. 

post #39 of 72
Thread Starter 

Got the new stand built for the smoker this week and moved it off the trailer and onto the new stand. Hope to get the counters in this weekend maybe.




Edited by fliptetlow - 10/24/12 at 3:39pm
post #40 of 72
Thread Starter 

Moved the 2 counters in this weekend. Just need to remove the top glass and install the counter tops. 


Front glass is going to be covered with more wood carving, plus a bit of wood repair on the outside. 







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