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Old 08-31-2006, 02:17 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a picture that was on the board probably pre hack of a stand someone was using for their cast iron cookware. It was a tiered shelf unit that I believe fit in a corner. Dad is always looking for woodworking projects so I though I'd try to help him out.

Anyone else have any "decorative" storage ideas?

I've aquired a Waypak 14" round griddle. It along with my handme down camp oven and tiny serving bowls are being reseasoned right now. *cough*cough*

I think collecting this stuff could become another short term addiction.
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Old 08-31-2006, 03:46 PM   #2
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Did your smoke alarm go off? If not why didn't it?
That sounds like a good test.

Also if you collect too much , your 13' Boler will wiegh 3,000 lbs.
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It didn't go off, I took the battery out before I started the process. My house smells like burned oil. yum.

You're probably right, I'm really trying not to overpack the little Boler.
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I think collecting this stuff could build muscles!
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I season my Dutch Ovens on my gas grill. It works really well and no smellin' up the house!

Collecting cast iron is an addiction. I have two large DO, a waffle maker, a couple of frying pans, and am always on the lookout for more! Making an hatch opening on the side of the Lovebug is imperative! It would do wonders for my bad back!
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