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This is our set up. Rent house we moved into back in December.
Gotta love that astro-turf!
Egg sits by the fire pit most of the time.
In case of rain, it gets pulled under the patio and watched closely.
Griffin's Grub or you can find me on Facebook
The Supreme Potentate, Sovereign Commander and Sultan of Wings
Gary Sir, you are not going to be able to cook in Salado. You will be busy all weekend expaining to my wife all in you back yard. I thought with just the water system you may be able to work out a couple of hours to cook. Now you are done.....
Thanks folks.@wolfsburg18. I live in Houston Texas. I had a fight with the city, but they finally allowed me to use my roof water for potable use.
VI - you just need a couple of goats back there for milk and keeping the weeds chewed down :-)Love it. Well done sir.
Here is the addition. It's to the right of the patio if you look at previous pic. Got a little work to do filling in after it sets a couple weeks.
I am also interested in outdoor sink ideas. I have a spiket, house is on a slab so running a separate line is a no-go sorry so long! Paul
@chubbs, you in SC?
Much like my fellow Heels fan, Paul, I too get to choke on smoke when egging!!! I am not in a garage, but on my screen porch for now- fortunately with a vent fan and ceiling fan. We are expecting our first baby in July, so my patio will have to wait. I was planning a flagstone patio with a table for my egg, but I was lucky to have a built in grill on the porch when I bought my house. I am thinking about mounting my egg in the spot of the other grill on the porch and replacing the hood with one that will allow me to raise the dome on my egg. We will see.... Its is my hangout for now at least. You guys think it will work mounted in the brick on the left under a new hood? The ductwork is already there and I never use the grill on the porch so sure would be great to use the space.