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  • Mosca
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    I don’t have a Fireboard, but I do like grantgallagher and cover my DigiQ with a ziplock. You could also wrap it with Glad Wrap or the like.

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  • ecowper
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    I just recommended my extremely fancy Fireboard cover aka a ziplock baggie :-)

  • ecowper
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    Welcome BarbecueBob and great to hear from you ..... I live near Seattle and have very similar climate to you. Tons of rain and never know when it will happen, of course. I have a small gazebo over top of my cookers and I use a Fireboard plus Drive/Fan. I put the Fireboard itself in my extremely fancy ziplock baggie cover and all the rest is fine in the weather. :-)

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  • Arsenlael
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    You had me at "Scotland". Welcome!

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  • DreamOn
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    Welcome from Pennsylvania. We just went to Scotland for the first time last August. Loved it/ can’t wait to go again 🙂.

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  • Troutman
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    Welcome to the Pit. We had a Scottish member by the name of @Meat_Monsters, or something to that affect, that started his own BBQ place I think in Aberdeen. Haven't seen him in quite a while, wonder if you've heard of him?

    (OK yea I know, I can hear it now, "You're from Texas? Do you know so-and-so?")

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  • RonB
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    Welcome to The Pit Bob.

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  • LA Pork Butt
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    BarbecueBob when you do make the trip plan to go to Lockhart, Texas. That town of 10,000 has three exceptional places - Smitty’s, Black’s and Kruez’s.

  • FireMan
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    Wow! You have grass there just like we sometimes have. Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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  • DavidNorcross
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    Welcome from Virginia!

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  • grantgallagher
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    I grew up in east kilbride ang glasgow...so welcome! As far as the controller goes i would recommend a ziploc. Obviously that doesnt work with a fan which needs to pull in air. They are weatherproof up to some extent but continued exposure will almost certainly cause it to kick off at some point. Not an easy solve in scotland. I would say set up some kind of patio umbrella but im sure the wind would knock it over pretty quickly, lol. Ive done plenty of cooks in the rain here in NJ but typically i end up doing it the old fashioned way without the fan. If there is one thing ive learned over my short years of bbq its that 225-300 really doesnt seem to matter much.

    Some people might call that blasphemy but im just talking based on my experience.
    Last edited by grantgallagher; May 1, 2020, 09:40 AM.

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  • Donw
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    Welcome from Maryland

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  • ofelles
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    Welcome from the California Delta.

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  • Texas Larry
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    Welcome from south Texas!

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  • BarbecueBob
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    Thanks LA Pork Butt. We had a road trip planned through Texas this summer with several BBQ places along the way but the whole COVID-19 thing has thrown that in the water. Hope to still go later this year or next year.

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