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Table Is Finished (LOTS of pics)

SmokingInMOSmokingInMO Posts: 169
edited 2:22PM in EggHead Forum
Well it is finished other then putting a roof over it (ran out of lumber)
She isn't the prettiest thing in the world but she does everything I need her to do
NIce little spot for my ash tool
Place for my starter sticks, butchers twine and BGE feet that I never used
Shelf for my wood, only have two different kinds right now
All my eggsessories soon to grow I hope
Everything opened up
Where I keep my lump (holds about 15 pounds)
My new light for cooking in the dark
Holder for my grid lifter and spot for my pizza stone.[p]Yeah I know the Hooters towel is a bit dirty, it used to be my golf towel, plan on washing it before the first cook with it. Plan to add a roof on the table in the next few weeks to protect it from hail during the spring storms we always get.


  • SmokingInMO,
    Great photos. Very creative design. My first impression was that it was an alter to the BGE God but then I noticed all the neat cubbyholes you built into it. Only an Egghead would think to do that. I'm sure it will get a good workout. Be sure to send a photo to the Naked Whiz so he can add it to his collection of cooking centers.[p]Spring "Calling It A Day" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • SmokingInMO,[p]Looking good!![p]:)

  • Spring Chicken,
    Ya think he has enough bracing? LOL!!!![p]TNW[p]P.S. If you don't get the joke, go to my website and read about how I built the table for my large egg.....

    The Naked Whiz
  • KingerKinger Posts: 147
    The Naked Whiz,
    He has built an impressive "alter indeed". It looks like it could survive a direct hit from one of those "Bunker Busters"

  • What you built looks nice and is super stout. But where are the dogs sleeping now?
  • SmokingInMO,
    Nice looking setup yo've got there. Ever since I got my egg a couple weeks ago, I've been trying to decide how I want a table, or even if I want one. What I do want is an easier way to transport it around (when that happens). I may just buy a nest.[p]Nice job.[p]phillip

  • SmokingInMO,
    Man, and I thought I was a hillbilly. LOL
    Nice - you can park a tank on that thing.

  • The Naked Whiz,[p]Of course, that is the first site I went to before I started building :)
  • Spring Chicken,[p]Not sure if the Whiz wants the something as ugly as the egg bunker on his site but hey I had to protect my baby and that table should withstand any storm that gets thrown at it.
  • SmokingInMO, guess I'm going to come out sounding like a worry-wart, but I had originally set my egg on a round stepping stone just like you and skipped the feet. After breaking two stones I started to use the feet and haven't had trouble since. The stones take up moisture and then when they get the intense heat the steam causes them to shatter.
  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,571
    no sneaking poster here - I tried to personalize that response to Matt, and obviously didn't notice where I entered it! It's me the worry-wart!

    L, M, S, Mini
    Dunlap, IL
    Re- gasketing AMERICA one yard at a time!
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