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ID:	1001829 I’ve walked by this all winter. I’m trying to imagine what they could possibly want to do with the hoe. Logic suggests they use it to sweep the ash. But I’m thinking the owner is a pirate and sings ‘Yo Hoe Hoe and a Bottle of Rum’ when they grill.

    Probably ain't got no spatula....gotta flip those burgers with something



      (go tp paragraph 4)


      • Steve R.
        Steve R. commented
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        Beat me to it. I grew up eating hoecakes.

      • ScottyC13
        ScottyC13 commented
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        Similar to Johnny Cakes here in New England.

      • Mosca
        Mosca commented
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        Good link. Thanks.

      Funny...another kettle sighting...


      • DavidNorcross
        DavidNorcross commented
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        Totally agree Spinaker they are everywhere!

      • Andrrr
        Andrrr commented
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        I'm with you, I think of that thread every time I see one sitting in a yard. I think I'm going to take mine and put it out front and see how long it takes for someone to post MY road weber

      • ScottyC13
        ScottyC13 commented
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        I thought about adding this to that thread.

      Great way to move them coals!


        I'm betting it serves as a warning to you to stay away, he has a weapon.


          I use one to rake coals. I cut the handle down though.


            Probably saw this and thought to themselves, I already have one, just a little bigger:


            • glitchy
              glitchy commented
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              and see, when I hit post Attjack 's reply snuck in saying he did the same ;-)

            Getting down and dirty with your hoe.


              For those times when you are flipping burgers with one hand and your back starts itching....


                I want that side table. Sweet.


                • MarkN
                  MarkN commented
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                  I'm thinking the hoe keeps the side table from blowing over in a strong wind.

                I went by yesterday and the hoe was gone. Do they read this forum?😄


                  Originally posted by ScottyC13 View Post
                  I went by yesterday and the hoe was gone. 😄
                  The hoe was off yesterday............



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