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Hoisting the egg (and redwood cart finish)
a. We're refinishing the deck
b. I just got my new Egg and cart
c. I put everything together so I could cook on the Egg
d. Now it's time to break things down to finish the deck and cart[p]I rigged up a hoist for the Egg to lift it out of the cart so the finishing work can commence. Notice that it's a block and tackle to lower the effort to raise it - but it's still darned heavy![p]I took the top off the Egg because it didn't seal properly when I put it together, and my felt gasket burned :-([p]But customer service is sending me a new one! :-)[p]I'll post a pic of my finished cart after this one - Happy 4th of July and hope all your Eggstravaganzas are perfect!