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    I was bored one day...

    The wife was giving me a hard time Friday night, about all the grill/smoker stuff I've accumulated: tongs, pans, squeeze bottles, thermometers, etc.

    I'm still planning a patio expansion, so I was pondering that while enjoying a shasta or two, and experimenting with my pk360.

    After a bit, I got tired of drawing and redrawing, had some leftover lumber from a dorm furniture project, and, well
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    still need to shingle and paint it

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      #3
      Nice BBQ stash spot. For a moment, I was anticipating a dart board.
      Last edited by Attjack; August 11, 2021, 11:18 PM.

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        #4
        Looks good so far!

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          #5
          That will serve you well.

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            #6
            Just be careful of wasps and hornets. Have had some epic battles with them in the outdoor cabinants.

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            • Dewesq55
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              ^This^^^ I currently have wasps hanging out under the outdoor sink at my vacation house. Makes it pretty dicey to wash things out.

            #7
            Nice job. I have no wood working skills. I use one of those plastic benches where the seat flips open and you have storage underneath. I store a lot of the same stuff you do.

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              #8
              Nice, impromptu projects are always fun.

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                #9
                Nicely done!

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                • Donw
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                  Seeing your problem with wasps, just thought I would throw out the best wasp spray we have found is dish soap and water. 1 part soap to 2-3 parts water. Immediately knocks them down to the ground and they are dead in less than a minute.

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