We decided to get a Green Egg
There are lots of plans for tables for these things.
So I looked around and found one with the basic measurements.
I decided to use ash. Probably not the best choice for outdoor wood but I needed about 60 board ft. and it was only $2 per bf. It's really nice looking.
I am using all kreg joints with all of the joints hidden. Most of the designs are based on using treated material with 2x4's and 5/4 deck boards. I just could not do that. So I designed my using all 4/4 material ( nicely dressed to 3/4").
I got the materials on Friday at lunch from Suwanee Lumber. Very nice people. I picked about 7 12' boards, which they cut down so I could get them in the 97 honda wagon.
Every time I use my SawStop I enjoy it more. Working the boards down was a process of rough cutting everything to approximate lengths, jointing one side, then ripping everything to size.
I picked up some stainless steel 1 1/4" fine Kreg screws. But will need more that the 100 in the package.
I got the top finished, legs done and the bottom is all cut out and ready to build.