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  • Michelle James

    every home needs a dragon - I wonder if this could be modified into a wood burning stove inside the house with a dragon sitting on the roof, with the head as the chimney so that it would puff smoke...

  • Heidi

    Love this dragon outdoor stove.

  • Debbie Zamara

    A fire-breathing dragon - perhaps for a fairy garden? Great way to recycle old wood stoves

  • Heather Conrad

    Wood burning stove instead of firepit. Luckily I have an extra one sitting around :)

  • Cindy Grandstaff

    Wood stove fire pit

  • Olga Ratke

    for the back #garden decorating before and after #garden design #modern garden design|

  • Efelants Woozles

    here we go. perfect outdoor kitchen ;) dragon and all!

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