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Sheryl Joseph noticed that her husband, Barry Tschetter, was accumulating wood left over from projects created by his Calgary-based fence company. She wanted an outdoor entertaining space by the firepit at their Buffalo Lake, Alta., cabin. So the family drew up a design for

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