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So sad...

Just a terrible sight.
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  • onedbguruonedbguru Posts: 695
    The only thing that is sad is that you have not got it fired up... I have cooked MANY time in snow, sleet and rain.
  • crabboycrabboy Posts: 19
    No excuses!  Though I will admit it was clear skies when I started...

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  • @crabboy what is your setup you have on your vents?  Is that a fan on the bottom?
    Hunter - LBGE

    Oxford, MS
  • crabboycrabboy Posts: 19

    @crabboy what is your setup you have on your vents?  Is that a fan on the bottom?

    Yes, that is a fan at the bottom and a lid above the daisy wheel to keep the rain out.
  • crabboycrabboy Posts: 19
    What's all that white stuff?  Too cold for me.
  • trip150trip150 Posts: 30
    Snow doesn't stop tasty wings!
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  • crabboycrabboy Posts: 19
    More white stuff on the rim of your egg. I haven't seen a white gasket in years  ;)

    That's a nice table, what little I can see, you have a pic without the snow cover?

  • My rig is parked in my garage.

    Simple ingredients, amazing results!
  • FanOfFanboysFanOfFanboys Posts: 1,874
    I don't get snow much but I do Egg in the cold and rain.
    Boom
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