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    This is my current set of cookers
    1.Rocket Stove..something ive seen that folks living off the grid use..i put the cast iron..dutch oven on it..it makes a loud roar.while you are cooking..mostly to show guest
    2.small hibachi..use it char peppers..keep sauce warm on table etc
    3 medium green egg..simpley a great cooker many a turkey at Christmas on this..
    4 weber gas..with grill grates..go to when in a hurry or suprised someone shows up
    5 barrell house..many ribs/chicken/pork butt
    6 Cuisinart 360 griddle..a must have i think
    7 Pk Orginal..with grill grates..no better way to cook a steak
    8 MB 560..fast becoming a go to cooker..this thing really smokes

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    Now you do have a collection.
    Where do you keep the PBR?

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      #3
      Gotta ask. What is the next one on your list?

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        #4
        PBR IS always close by....not real sure on my next one..leaning toward smokefire rev 2...

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          #5
          Sounds like ya have alla th bases safely covered...

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            #6
            Nice lineup!! Great minds must think alike. I have a PKO, BGE, Genesis, and just added a Hunsaker Drum.
            BTW you are the "Great Mind" I am just the mope following aling. Be Safe!!!

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              #7
              Nice line up of grills/smokers. I have to say that I am also impressed with your surroundings and Do-Dads. There seems to be hanging an antique Coca-Cola sign, an antique sewing table (used as a table) and what seems as a Granny Flat in the background. Also, I like your plants since house plants are my second hobby. I see two bonsai planters, one with a Camilla and the other with an apple tree? Very nice.

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                #8
                Yes i dabble in plants..30 some odd bonsia..40 camelias..ferns..many native plants..the coke sign was from my father inlaws store..the Granny Flat is my hide out..my way to unwind

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                  This is a few phots of the coke sign/back yard green house is 8x8 ..parlang ..i have it heated..inside my hide out..serious mess..front of home/pea sheller/harness maker bench/bottle tree keep sprits away /washing machine from cold foot alaska 1971/and a corn sheller
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                    #10
                    I think you missed one or two types ....

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