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    We need a new insert soon but the chimney is all fixed up. Cobbles on the inside and now the cracked fake stucco crap on the outside is repaired with thin rock veneer. You can see how it was on the wall to the left of my car. There is an arrowhead in there if you look closely.
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    is that an indoor hydroponic grow room ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    We need a new insert soon but the chimney is all fixed up. Cobbles on the inside and now the cracked fake stucco crap on the outside is repaired with thin rock veneer. You can see how it was on the wall to the left of my car. There is an arrowhead in there if you look closely.
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    I love the stone work, looks AMAZING.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hold_Fast View Post
    I currently have the same problem. It can take quite a while to get a good fire going sometimes. But they are amazing. Keeps the house nice toasty, keeps down the heating bills, and makes my cats happy.
    you know what they say about a man with cats...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    is that an indoor hydroponic grow room ?


    It is the shelves with my orchids in my office (old pic):

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    HAHAHA!!! Score! (not that I know anything about that stuff.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    HAHAHA!!! Score! (not that I know anything about that stuff.)
    This one is currently going, $20 if you can get the name right:

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    dude, if it doesn't require a wrench, oil, or grease, then I've got no friggin' idear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    dude, if it doesn't require a wrench, oil, or grease, then I've got no friggin' idear.
    That's what she said
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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    This one is currently going, $20 if you can get the name right:
    You're lucky I forgot 90% of everything I learned in plant taxonomy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    That's what she said
    Mikie - there's a difference between 'required' and 'optional'
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    Quote Originally Posted by mycologist View Post
    This one is currently going, $20 if you can get the name right:
    Is it a 86411d1260293191-snapshot-day-dsc02450-small?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A265 View Post
    I love the stone work, looks AMAZING.
    Thanks! If you saw the pre-photos you would see how critical a deal it was to get it shored up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bebop View Post
    You're lucky I forgot 90% of everything I learned in plant taxonomy.
    I'm pretty sure my colleague who teaches plant systematics would not know it off just the picture. It is a Jumellea cormorensis (as in the bird Cormoran). The interesting bit is the long spur - for the very similar but even larger Angraecum Darwin proposed that a moth must have co-evolved with an incredibly long proboscus to access the nectary. The moth was never discovered until many years later after his death.

    I have this one too but not my pics:




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