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dernektambura

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I wanted to like your photo.. but there's too many fire hazards for me.
lol...all good man...I don't collect likes... I'm not sure where do you see fire hazard?...lol...fire extinguisher is ready at hand if kitchen starts sparking...

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Looks great to me! And as the cavemen figured out... mmmm, fire hot! But makes good grub!

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Yum ....howed the sweet breads turn out? Never qued them up before now I mau want to...
Sweet breads are my favorite... It takes forever to prep them but taste is heavenly...
 
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dernektambura

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The way they are lined up , I can see you standing in front of them with hands in the air, as the conductor directing the outcome. 🍻
John
lol.... I like the way you put it... I will let my family know that I shall be, from now on, be referred as choral director, chorus master, or choirmaster...lol
 

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Fire extinguisher is good, at least if someone's around when it's needed and the flames don't scare them out of reaching for it. I've got a lot of respect for you Dernek, but I'd be happier knowing this dry wood structure is many feet away from buildings and homes people rely on for shelter. Otherwise manageable fires, once they get into attics, can destroy a home.

This might be a good moment to add that knowing where the nearest, workable & reachable garden hose is always a good mental check before starting fires anywhere. Kinda' like ensuring you know how to operate the brakes on a bike before peddling off.
 

dernektambura

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Fire extinguisher is good, at least if someone's around when it's needed and the flames don't scare them out of reaching for it. I've got a lot of respect for you Dernek, but I'd be happier knowing this dry wood structure is many feet away from buildings and homes people rely on for shelter. Otherwise manageable fires, once they get into attics, can destroy a home.

This might be a good moment to add that knowing where the nearest, workable & reachable garden hose is always a good mental check before starting fires anywhere. Kinda' like ensuring you know how to operate the brakes on a bike before peddling off.
I hear'ya bro but I ain't cookin' brontosaurus steaks on open fire pit... It's all good...
 

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'Nuff mothering; I trust you.
So what's that coming in at roof level on the right? Copper tubing and romex? Do you have misters going into your cookers? or for evaporative people-cooling?
I could see you doing something like that. Yeah, that's a complement.
 

dernektambura

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'Nuff mothering; I trust you.
So what's that coming in at roof level on the right? Copper tubing and romex? Do you have misters going into your cookers? or for evaporative people-cooling?
I could see you doing something like that. Yeah, that's a complement.
No need for evaporative colling... It's motion sensor and rafter tie installed LED light fixtures
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That is a very impressive setup you have!
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bill1

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90% of beauty is lighting. This looks great; nicely done.
I've got some subtle nighttime lighting at my cook stand too but the bugs have been coming out after sundown pretty bad lately...not getting to enjoy it much.
 

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