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  • I really like the top of your table. It appears you are in Memphis. You can get fire bricks, which are the best thing possible to put under your egg, at Boral Bricks, on Hollywood. www.boralbricks.com. They are about 4x9 in., and you can place t…
  • The eggs are sitting on fire bricks. After reading about other burned wood stories, I thought it would be a good idea. They were not easy to find (I had to go to a masonry supply yard), but they were ridiculously cheap ($17 for 12 of them, of whic…
  • Thank you all for your input. I am putting it together now. I extended it out to 8 feet long, as otherwise I would have wasted one foot of wood, and I brought the upper surface down so that the felt will be about at 39-40". I still have 17" of sp…
  • You are right that mine is a bit higher than that. I think my drawing is wrong in that the felt is probably 3 inches above the bottom part of the hinge, which is just above the 37 inch table height. 40 inches does sound a little high. I'm 5'10".
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