Grill pics

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  1. IveofIone

    IveofIone Active Member

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    Here are some pictures of my recently completed Grillapagas Island off of the back deck. It affords some reasonable shade, shelter from the rain and a decent view for those long grilling jobs. Before I was grilling on the deck and this is a vast improvement. I built it primarily out of recycled lumber and had a lot of fun putting it together-making a silk purse out of a sow's ear if you will. Fun in the sun. And rain, snow,etc.

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    Very nice!! Looks like a perfect place to have a brew or two while the steaks are burning.
     
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    Likin' the egg Ive!:thumb:
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Nice spot, Ive. I'm jealous!

    Mark, look again. I don't think that's an egg, but a green colored Weber.:thumb:
     
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    So much for humor....................
     
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    bitterroot Love vintage graphite!

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    Excellent craftsmanship and material responsibility Ive. Great looking spot. I must admit I love the photos of your place mid winter the best, but bathed in sunlight is pretty fine too. Is that a bottle of the Drool? A perfect combination for sure.
     
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    That is a serious BBQ set-up Ive! It looks like you could even use it for a while after the snow flies.
     
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    Sue, we can use it for a little while but here is what it will look like in mid winter.
     
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    Dang, you are equipped to handle any beast that's tasty enough to be consumed. Looks good Ive, I've got a feeling that snow doesn't stop you from getting your grill on somehow.
     

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