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Sorry Lorna, Back in the early 1900's they made things like this here for outdoor entertainment.Maybe, Plum. Good thought!There was alot of good stonework around this town, Suzy. A good mason or two must have lived here over time.
Excellent stone work on this.
Maybe the fireplace was there before the church was built?
I love the stone, but the outdoor fireplace does challenge my sense of perspective!
I'm getting braver, Sandy. Its safer out there than I thought!
Dave! It looks like you're walking around in people's back yards all over the neighborhood.
Marmar stole my line.......build a cabin around it, and I'll move in! (Log cabin, if you please.)
I would imagine it is, Beekay. I can see childern around it in the evening, roasting marshmallows and singing songs.
I wouldn't mind it either. Nice stonework....I bet that is a fun church to belong to. Thanks WD!
I wish it was in my yard, marmar. Thanks.Nothing surprises me to much in this town, snooker except how most everything is top quality.
What would a church do with an outdoor fireplace?
Lovely.They could build a cottage around it. ;^)