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The LBGE is the only size I have where I have had problems getting up to temp from time to time. The HiQue pretty much resolved that. As to removing ashes, I stir the lump every start and unless the last one was some very long cook probably go 10 cooks without cleaning it out. I suspect the basket would concentrate the ash and block the air flow.Chubbs said:High Que grate. To me the added convenience of being able to pull out a basket and shake the ash off is not worth the extra cash. The high que has great air flow and it takes a whole 10 seconds to clean ash out of the bottom of the egg.
I have worn glasses for 50 years, and bifocals for 20. It was a lot easier to just put my glasses on in the morning, and take them off at night.TexanOfTheNorth said:I used to do that too... finally got progressive lenses. Took just a few days to get used to them but now I wear them all day long.SGH said:I don't think that you ever get use to that. It drives me insane. I can't see off with them on and I can't see up close with them off so it's a steady juggling act. Kind of like the Karate Kid but with glasses instead of wax. Glasses on, glasses off. Now to the food. Great looking grub Doc.Doc_Eggerton said:Trying to get used to taking reading glasses on and off all the time.
Never kill a snake, venomous or not. Catch it and relocate.Texansurf said:If you kill all the snakes, get ready for a rodent problem. The best way to get rid of snakes is to eliminate the food sources for their prey....
It would probably work on and on, but I paid for the warranty.Botch said:Why not keep using it until it completely separates/won't hold lump?
Ironically, today I just finished a four-day course in Fatigue/Crack Analysis (this was for metals though). The instructor has done a lot of consulting on different Air Force and Commercial flight accidents, like 737's that blew their skin off, etc. Fascinating to listen to!