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@MrCookiingNurse Please take a good long look at your current avatar - and ca'am doon
As your eggs are in the elements I suggest you don't cover but cap them and leave the bottom vent open after the fire goes out. Avoiding the bidding war!
the city above Toronto - Noodleville wtih 2 Large 1 Mini
how bout we just do an even trade
Aquacop said: fishlessman said: how bout we just do an even trade
fishlessman said: how bout we just do an even trade
good thing that egg isn't sitting on anything flammable.
To those "bidding" on MCN's eggs: Don't.
Besides being a major "distributor" for KY, he will keep his eggs. I think his wife used up the last of what will be there. Its too complex and I'd rather we not go into the details of this.
He is just PO'ed at the fungus. We win. Wife loses. He needs to spend more time with us and fire it up.
Large and Small BGE, and a baby black Kub.
And all the toys to make me look like a Gizmo Chef.
I've had a similar problem with mold all summer here in NC (it's been super humid) and like the venting suggestions. I've left the bottom open with the screen in place about 1/4 inch and added this high tech attachment to the top and just put my cap over it. The thickness of the wire over the circumference should be enough...