Another way to light my wood

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Flatbedford, Aug 4, 2010.

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  1. Flatbedford

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    We had a BBQ for my big Four-Oh over the weekend. We decorated the back yard with tiki torches, some twinkie lights, and the old woodstove.
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    I thought you all would appreciate my lighting. My guests were pretty impressed by the 9 cords or so.
     
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    More.
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    very nice, I especially like the spiral palm tree. Happy Berfday to you, happy berf day ect....
     
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    Gotta like Christmas in August :)
     
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    Great show and Happy Birthday. I would not have done that on a bet. Light off that wood pile and hell would break loose.
     
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    At a quick glance I thought your woodpile was on fire. ;)
     
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    Steve, that looks like a great setting for a birthday party. Nice pictures. Happy Birthday to you.
     
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    When I hit 40 my sister told me it was the youth of old age and the old age of youth! Nice decorating for the evening!
     
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    Yeah. At first I thought that was the Tiki torches on the wood pile instead of electric lights.
     
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    I like that. My sister (43) told me that 40 is the new 20!

    There were tiki torches and lights. Most of the pics were taken the night after the party when I figured out how to get good pictures in low light with Mrs. Flatbedford's new camera. I haven't gotten around to refilled the tikis yet.
     
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    Very festive, indeed! and a belated happy birthday. I like the overall theme.
     
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