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Marshmallow Paradise

Cranston, RI
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Every time I went to the beach, I brought home a rock. Imagine what you can build! This is my rookie fireplace. There was a very small fireplace (4X6) that I had to jackhammer. This fireplace is 12 feet wide. I installed 2 rods at the top of the firebox so I could hang 4 chains from it, to hang a rack on for BBQ purposes.

Comments / Q&A

On September 29,2009 Steve said:

"very cool"

On October 24,2008 said:

"this is the most beautiful fireplace ever!!!! your family is very lucky!"

On October 20,2008 Ron said:

"Awsome.....I know you enjoy it. Great Job"

On October 19,2008 said:

"This is just perfect. Congrats on being a featured yard. Amazing.....enjoy it."

OnAugust 28,2008 said:

"That is an incredible amount of hard work. Terrific result."

On August 25,2008 YardShareBryan said:

"Wow! Great fireplace. Well done!"

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