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Patio Trophies: Saunas and Stoves
Posted By MSK On January 31, 2005 @ 10:58 am In Green Building,Simple Living | No Comments
Backyard masonry ovens have caught on! In an article in last Thursday’s New York Times Home section, Deborah Baldwin asked Bread Builders  author Daniel Wing about a growing trend in building patio ovens. “People carry with them a memory of great meals and of great bread they’ve had in their life,” Dr. Wing said, “and they aren’t happy until they can buy it or bake it.” Dr. Wing, whom the New York Times calls “an evangelist for sourdough and blue smoke,” keeps his own masonry oven on wheels in Corinth, VT.
Not into baking? That’s no reason to have a bland backyard! Build yourself a sauna this winter and stay warm with Rob Roy’s new, full color guide to do-it-yourself sauna building. You can download Rob’s thoughts on saunas for free here . His new, updated and expanded edition of The Sauna  outlines exactly how you can build a cordwood masonry or traditional timber sauna in your own yard.
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