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My new XL/Medium Table...

frogfrogfrogfrog Posts: 24
edited 3:55AM in EGG Table Forum
More pics to come.

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Comments

  • jwr3jwr3 Posts: 61
    Very nice! Wish I had that much room (and talent!).
  • OMG EggsOMG Eggs Posts: 118
    Wow! That's a great table setup. Looks like there's a wild dog roaming in your yard thought :unsure:
  • TripTrip Posts: 27
    I really like you setup. Do you mind if I ask about the stain or seal? Do you cover it up when it is not is use? I have a large and a mini and I am looking at doing something very similar.

    Thanks,
    Trip
  • Wow! That looks awesome! Nice job
  • frogfrogfrogfrog Posts: 24
    We used Blue Label Penofin stain.

    I'm not planning on covering it up, but its only a few weeks old, so I can report back on how well it holds up.
  • bigmike55bigmike55 Posts: 39
    Just noticed this. Awesome table!!

    Did you design this yourself or buy a plan? Any chance you could share the design or where you bought it?

    My wife got excited when she say this and said that I should build one for my large and soon to have second egg.

    Thanks.

    Mike
  • frogfrogfrogfrog Posts: 24
    BigMike-

    I have been out of town, so sorry for the late reply.

    I had the table built by a guy in Plano, Texas. He and I kicked around ideas for the design. I'd be happy to put you in touch with him. It's a fantastic set up.
  • No problem. Thanks for the reply.

    If you could get me in touch with your table builder, that would be great. Maybe I can buy the plans off of him.

    Thanks.

    Mike
  • NavidadNavidad Posts: 1
    That table is AWESOME, I am planning an outdoor kitchen but I am going to build mine out of cinder block and natural stone. Did you find if your builder will sell the plans? I am really looking for the measurement of the XL Egg corner piece as my kitchen will be a "U" shape with my XL in the corner. Thanks, Jon
  • How do you like the XL/Med combo? I have an XL and have been thinking about buying a Medium next.
  • CrimsongatorCrimsongator Posts: 5,791
    I really like the set up and work you did.
  • SpoonSpoon Posts: 328
    That's a smart and great looking set up! =P~
    "Pork so tender you can pull it with a spoon." ~Spoon
  • frogfrogfrogfrog Posts: 24
    Thanks guys. It has been a great set up.

    Climbing- love the XL/M combo. Getting more use out of both than I expected.

    Sorry for the delayed response. Shoot me an email at rdry@yahoo.com and I'll pass along some more info.
  • frogfrogfrogfrog Posts: 24
    edited September 2011

    If any Plano-ites are interested, I'm selling the XL/M & table.  Buy them and you get a free house:

    http://www.sawbuck.com/property/Dallas_Metro/Plano/9483168-1304-Gardengrove-Court

     

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