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  • #16
    Re: Poll what age were you when you started your oven

    I missed the vote but as they say, "you're only as old as the woman you feel!."
    Lucky my other half is younger than me eh!!!

    Neill
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    • #17
      Re: Poll what age were you when you started your oven

      So why is the poll closed. Seems like on we would want to keep open forever, or is that not possible?

      Personally, I am bordering the downhill to dust line

      Travis
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      • #18
        Re: Poll what age were you when you started your oven

        Personally I always liked this poll... because it started just before I hit one of those zero birthdays

        You're right Travis, it'd be fun if it were still open and kept popping up again from time to time.
        "Building a Brick oven is the most fun anyone can have by themselves." (Terry Pratchett... slightly amended)

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        • #19
          Re: Poll what age were you when you started your oven

          I'm glad to see so many over 50 building their ovens. I'm still 48 (barely!) and I'm thinking this will be the last big, hand built "project" I'll be doing. It's been years since I built my patios and re-roofed or tiled by bathroom floor (20+ years ago). And this 42" WFO is completely different than anything I've done. I'll be too busy baking bread and pizza to do anything else.

          Older or young, everyone I've read on this site inspires. To build something so similar to what they were building in Pompeii or elsewhere 2000 years ago makes you feel attached to history, people and the work they put in to what they did to feed themselves and others. Good food, well made, is so awesome!

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