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Chiminea Or Fire Bowl?

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Once the sun goes down below the yardarm it's still a bit chilly in the evenings.

 

When you're having a BBQ and sitting there nattering, it's a shame to go indoors because it's nippy, so what do you lot use to keep warm?

 

I was thinking of getting a chiminea or a fire bowl. What's best? Any pros and cons?

 

Ta.

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Fire Bowl, you can cook on it. :D

:yes: search the web for Argentinian fire pit.

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washing machine drum, a few bricks and jobs a good un.

 

What could be nicer? A bbq and a few drinks with friends in Steptoe's yard. :laugh:

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washing machine drum, a few bricks and jobs a good un.

 

What could be nicer? A bbq and a few drinks with friends in Steptoe's yard. :laugh:

 

2 more motorbikes and another van since you we here :laugh:

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I want one of these baby's.........Morso Forno

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I saw one demoed at a Christmas market last year, it's mainly for cooking, but gives off heat....

 

Not cheap though.....

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washing machine drum, a few bricks and jobs a good un.

 

What could be nicer? A bbq and a few drinks with friends in Steptoe's yard. :laugh:

 

2 more motorbikes and another van since you we here :laugh:

 

 

That was only 4 days ago. You'll have to build a bigger shed. :thumbs:

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Fire Bowl, you can cook on it. :D

:yes: search the web for Argentinian fire pit.

 

 

Now that's the fire pit to go for. :D

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Spirit alcohol? But we have a firepit, though I am considering getting 4 sleepers in a square to sit on and just having fire in middle with tripod / trivet for cooking if I don't go down artificial grass route seen as lawn dies every winter.

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Car wheel rims are the best ones I know, add some scrap steel and a few welds and you have a fire pit and cooking grill. I make and sell them on our campsite and they work really well.

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What paulus suggested, but surround and cover with large stones, depending on what type you use, some will hold heat better than overs..

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