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  • ecowper
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    Hah, I laughed .... I’m originally from the Central Valley, so yeah I get the “what is rain” question

  • surfdog
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    I’m confused as well ecowper ...what the heck is this “rain” he speaks of? LOL

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  • surfdog
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    As long as there’s no wind... That E-Zup doesn’t look to have any weight attached. ;-)

  • ecowper
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    Wait, wut? Never smoked in the rain before? Pretty sure those of us in the Pacific Northwest don’t understand the words that you are saying ;-)

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  • Santamarina
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    I’ve smoked in the rain before - successfully. Only catch was I had to add a LOT more wood to keep the temps up.

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  • JeffJ
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    This worked quite well:

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  • dubob
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    All steel with 100 mph plus wind load. Covers a 20' X 10' patio.

  • Jfrosty27
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    Nice. I need to do that. $2,800 is less than I would have guessed.

  • dubob
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    I took care of rain/snow concerns last year. Only took $2,800 to keep me dry.

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  • JeffJ
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    Do you have a Weber 22" lid? If yes rest it on top of the PBC - it makes a perfect sized "umbrella" without messing with airflow.

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    yeah cuz we know how accurate those weather forecasts are to begin with.....

  • JGo37
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    I can move food around and survive a rain on my cookers while being used. The issue is not cleaning them immediately. If it's sunny and hot the next morning, the wet ash from water coming in the chimney turns to cement. I hate that... Same in the ash catchers on Weber kettles.

    The chicken, well, I'd eat that! What's the green stuff? LoL

    I had a dog that LOVED peas - go figure...

    I think northern south American Indians invented adobe bricks 4500 years ago from the ash and water accumulated in their Weber ash baskets during rain - little known true fact.
    Last edited by JGo37; September 12, 2020, 08:19 PM.

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  • bbqLuv
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    We need rain to put out the wild fires. The fires burned up several towns. 40K displaced, 17 dead.

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  • Michael_in_TX
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    Thankfully, the rain tapered off and then stopped. Chicken came out just fine. I just gotta watch that weather forecast a bit closer!

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  • RonB
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    I feel for ya...

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