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Old 09-29-2010, 06:47 PM   #14
somebody shut me the fark up.
Join Date: 01-26-10
Location: Virginia

Originally Posted by BobBrisket View Post
I just wouldn't take a chance having em close to the house. What you could do is keep a few logs under the patio in a container or something and replenish your supply as necessary. Since it's on a patio and in a rack (raised up above the ground) you would probably be okay, but why chance it. You could also put something like a thin sheet of plywood on top of the stack just to keep most water off of it. But as stated, as long as it's not getting moldy etc, it's good. My pecan gets hit with water, snow (when we get some) and it's just fine.
This kind of advice (based on experience and years of BBQ cooking) is why everyone here should make sure they contribute $$$ to this site. For what you get, a yearly contribution is a small price to pay.
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