Originally Posted by Mark M
JerBQ, that is a fine set-up. I like the open end so that you can get plenty of fresh air. Real nice.
Thanks! It is great to have shade, a nice open air work area and it works very well on rainy days also. I'll see about the cold this winter. The exhaust hood works fantastic, and to date is my best CL score. I anticipate that between the stick burner and my woodstove in the garage I'll be very toasty and I will be able to crack open any of the windows for some fresh air as needed. Once I get my winter "door-tarp-window" arrangement in place that is. Wifey is already making noises about putting our hot tub in there for the winter. Now THAT would be smokin' in style!
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