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Old 05-04-2016, 10:26 PM   #1
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Got this project wrapped a few weeks back...
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I didn't do the lil' chitty flue in the back ground. That was on the original cabin

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I built this chimney and laid the stone on this house, on weekends and a day or two here and there. I'm so glad to get it finished.
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not my style but the install looks good as always
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The HO wanted me to stone the 'entire' house to start with

I told them, it would cost them a fortune and be butt azz ugly, too
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If they don't thank you the next owner would
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