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Egg Table

Steve KeebleSteve Keeble Posts: 2
edited 4:03PM in EggHead Forum
<p />Thanks to all of you for the inspiration with regard to the construction of my egg table. Christened it with a pork butt on Memorial Day weekend! Mucho grasses to Naked Whiz. (Note: we spell it "nekkid" in Georgia) ;-)[p]Georgia Drifter


  • Georgia Drifter,[p]Damn nice table, sir![p]I really like the dinner bell!![p]:)

  • Georgia Drifter,[p]That's one sweet setup and very tastefully done.
  • Frank KingFrank King Posts: 10
    Georgia Drifter,[p]excellent job. When's dinner????

  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
    Georgia Drifter,
    Certainly as nice a set-up as I've seen. Beautiful![p]Mike

  • HumptyHumpty Posts: 27
    Georgia Drifter,
    This just has to be the nicest table setup I have seen to date. You just need to figure out a way to market them since I'm sure there is a whole bunch of us that would sure like to have one just like it. If you have any plans would they be something you could post?

  • Georgia Drifter,
    That is sooooooo coool!!! I have been trying to come up with a design such as this that would allow me to grill in the rain. Does your roof extend enough for you to stand under?

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 20,892
    Georgia Drifter,
    nice, now where did you get that bell, my neighbors would hate me, but i really need a bell

  • GrillMeisterGrillMeister Posts: 1,611
    Georgia Drifter,[p]SAAAWeeeeeet! Love the stacked stone accent.[p]The only thing that's missing to make absolutely perfect is the beer tapper. LOL

  • Crab legCrab leg Posts: 291
    Georgia Drifter,
    VERY NICE. I like the sink option too.

  • Mark BackerMark Backer Posts: 1,018
    fishlessman,[p]We bought a really cool cast iron bell and post mounting off of ebay. It was about 18 bucks and shipping was 20. It's 14 or so inches across the bottom of the bell, and it rules. [p]My 3 year old LOVES it. We put it on a post and have some flowery plant climbing up it to hide the post as we speak. By fall, only a flower covered hovering bell will remain...
  • Mark BackerMark Backer Posts: 1,018
    GrillMeister,[p]Are you kidding? That's what he's leaning on to take the picture...[p]
  • Thanks for the props![p]The bell was purchased several years ago from Cumberland General Store in Crossville Tennessee.[p]The overhang is just enough to keep you dry while Eggin'. If I had it to do over....the overhang would have been extended another foot to protect from blowing rain.[p]No plans on this one.....strictly "seat o' the pants" design and construction.[p]Thanks again....GD[p]
  • Dr_RedwineDr_Redwine Posts: 189
    Georgia Drifter,
    That is SWEET!! Daggum fine job of craftsmanship, too.[p]DrR

  • HighCottonHighCotton Posts: 43
    Georgia Drifter, does that left front post get in your way?

  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 20,892
    Mark Backer,
    i built a large arbor for grapes on my patio over looking the lake and put a mounting hole on it just for the bell,want people to ring it if they come over and im out on the lake. will have to check ebay regularly until i find one, i want a really big loud bell

  • GrilliciousGrillicious Posts: 347
    Georgia Drifter,[p]Great looking setup. Get it to the Whiz for his table gallery. I like to look at all those great tables and day dream about someday building my own, and yours needs to join the bunch.
  • GrilliciousGrillicious Posts: 347
    GrillMeister,[p]That's not a sink, it IS the beer tap!

  • ranger rayranger ray Posts: 812
    Georgia Drifter,outstanding job!!!! that mean's alot ... i 'm a tough critic...

  • Adrian B.Adrian B. Posts: 124
    Georgia Drifter, like everyone else has said: Awesome setup![p]It even looks to me like you've got plent of room to grow in that thing. You could easily add a small & mini, or another large and a mini.

  • a.smacka.smack Posts: 20
    Georgia Drifter,[p]That's friggin' sweet. Do you have to leave a bottom door open to get enough air to the bottom vent when attempting higher temps?[p]a.smack
  • ravnhausravnhaus Posts: 311
    Very nice!
    I like the rock and the roof color. It looks like you are well wired for power also.

    [ul][li]Ravnhaus BBQ[/ul]
  • Georgia Drifter,[p]WOW!
  • KramerKramer Posts: 39
    Georgia Drifter,[p]Awesome setup amigo! How, though, do you get enough air circulation to the bottom vent? Guru, perhaps?
  • ReeferEdReeferEd Posts: 6
    I ran across this bell on ebay. Looks sharp. Costs much.

    [ul][li]John Deere Bell[/ul]
  • guavawoodguavawood Posts: 213
    Georgia Drifter,[p]I can use a great builder like you on my crew. wanna work in Hawaii dude?[p]Aloha![p]Greg Kemp
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