• Dinah Jameson

    Sunken fire pit fur my back yard.

  • Melissa Ranallo

    In ground firepit. Only cost $42 to make!!! Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.

  • NateandSarah Smith

    In ground fire pit - Maybe we should do this with our firepit

  • Tori Indy Mia

    backyard fire pit. Dig a 2ft deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 4x4x12 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of 3/4" river rock in the bottom.

  • JaNel DaMore

    stone fire pits | Granite Firepit / Pownal

  • Gwyn Carnegie

    In ground fire pit, rustic, slab rock rocksmith landscape design and construction (jordan smith) | granite fire pit

  • Michelle Overby

    Stone in ground fire pit for the back yard. This one won't be a big mosquito breeding mess!

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