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3 hours ago, Pete@Islands in the Sun said:

Yes - We have built islands with BGEggs

feel free to text or call me at 951-316-8793

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I’ve been considering building in a spot for a Bi Green Egg and I like the pocket you did for that BBQ island. How much space do you leave around the Egg to work properly? Thanks and keep up the great work! 

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16 hours ago, Dunerking said:

I’ve been considering building in a spot for a Bi Green Egg and I like the pocket you did for that BBQ island. How much space do you leave around the Egg to work properly? Thanks and keep up the great work! 

What is a "Bi Green Egg"? half pellet half charcoal??

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28 minutes ago, Punchdrunk Monkey said:

What is a "Bi Green Egg"? half pellet half charcoal??

Lump charcoal I’m wanting one. But I don’t want to take a second out on the house :laugh1:

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I built my outdoor patio in 2008 and have upgraded it several times.  I planned to do a built in BBQ and sink but i never finish a project so I ended up buying a nice Jenn-Air BBQ and eventually a Traeger.  I spend as much time on my patio as I can.  Second favorite place, Glamis being first.

 

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The peeler logs and most of the wood were recycled from the TV shows Monster Garage and Monster House when I did some side work for the production company.

 

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Hard to believe my son is now 18 years old, graduated high school, and driving for me pretty much full time.

 

 

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This was the dry-well I built for the sink drain.  It's about 2/3 of an empty plastic 55 gallon drum with holes drilled in the bottom and sides and rocks placed inside.  It's still there but never been used because I never added a sink.

 

 

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200lb (probably) old AF plasma TV.  It's been upgraded several times.

 

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Yes, my LED lights are falling down, again.  Took this picture last weekend.  Looks small but it's 16' X 16' and the hotub takes up a good portion.  I have a small fire pit on legs I put in the center during the colder months.

 

 

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I was not happy with my old Traeger Jr because it didn't hold temp for sh!t.  Took a chance and got a new Traeger Silverton 620 Costco edition and it works great so far.

 

 

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Really happy with the Jenn-Air BBQ and it's natural gas so no propane tanks.  Parts are still available and I've installed new burners and deflectors once but it's ready for another set soon.  We use it a few times a week.  Just to the left you can see the dry-well ABS line and a fresh water line for the sink the never happened.  

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I love to see the outdoor areas everyone has posted.

We have been remodeling all the inside of our house.....the Pool, Patio and Backyard is last on my list.

Why? because its the most important, when it's done I don't wanna hear a PEEP :wife: about anything else...leave me in my happy place :bbq2:

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I would love to see more ideas too. I only have a BBQ and Pellet grill out back, and it's not at the pool.

I don't know what to do there.

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So it's been awhile since I posted progress on the outdoor kitchen project. Please to announce it's FINALLY completed, just need to screw in the last electrical plate and have a cocktail. Here's some pics of the finished product. 

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