Backyard stone fire pit I made in about 2 hours. The fire ring uses rock I collected from the woods around my house.
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From the research I’ve gathered and asking my rock collector neighbor, the best rocks to use for a fire pit are ‘hard’ rocks. Granite, Marble, Slate. Don’t use ‘soft’ rocks. That is, rocks that when rubbed together start to shed material: Limestone, Sandstone, Pumice. Don’t use rocks that have been in water
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