Broke in the new fire pit today

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by bogydave, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. bogydave

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    My fire pit is 18" deep so I built a smaller pit next to the deep one for cooking.
    Worked great. hot dogs, brawts, burgers & steaks today.
    Alder on top of hot coals for cooking.
    Good fire, family friends & view :)
    Happy 4th.
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    Aw heck, Dave...why not just get a grill for the top of that rusty old burn barrel. Then you could burn your trash & grill your dinner at the same time. :p Rick

    (seriously, your fire pit's the bee's knees :))
     
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    LOL. That was my barbeque. I just got tired of the burgers tasting like burt cardboard :)
     
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    Very nice...That is an awesome view!
     
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    Looks great bogydave, nice (great) view.

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