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my smoke house

lyle o

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took me all summer to build probably a little overboard i got lyme disease so i go weeks at a time not being able to do any thing but read a lot of posts on here and used all that info to help construct it so thanks to all


got red oak white oak maple and hickory chunks and sawdust


I take pipe out to move burner closer to hot smoke and put more pipe in to cold smoke
 

woodcutter

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Looks like your having fun!! My wife and grandfather had Lyme disease and it takes some time to get past it. Glad your feeling better.
 

lyle o

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thank you its been a struggle but makes ya appreciate the small things
 

Bearcarver

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Nice Job lyle!!!

I like it being up off the ground. The less bending over, the better---Darn Back!!!

Bear
 

hambone1950

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Sweet setup brother. Feel better and enjoy that smokehouse. :sausage::sausage::sausage:
 

lyle o

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was a pavilion that had a tin roof just sectioned off a 4 by 4 corner and put boards on sides and top only problem I can see is wood was green when put up and cracks are really opening up as it dries might be hard to keep up to temp may have to seal cracks
 

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