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Re: Hot afternoon

> Chris, is this an outdoor conversation pit? A fire pit? Or--since it 
> has to be dug--just the pits?

   The patio pit!  :)

   It's an odd shape, but covers about 261 sq. ft.  Here's an approximation:


   The left side in that arc is an existing perennial bed, and behind it
   there's about 10-15 deep worth of firs, pines, spruces, and arborvitae.

   (The patio is bounded by gray lines)

   For scale, the boxy part of the patio on top is 8' x 5'.

Chris (who thinks the whole project is the pits in this weather!)

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