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geigs

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Nov 8, 2006
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Minnesota
Hello everyone - I am new to the site, and a relatively new smoker - been on it for about a year or so.

I have a Brinnkmann Smoke'n Pit Pitmaster deluxe - I've had it for a month or so. (started with a charbroil vertical smoker)

Just getting my feet wet, but finding it difficult in the Minnesota evenings to keep a good heat.

I will continue to read the forums, but am sure to have questions!

Thanks

Geigs
 

Dutch

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Geigs, Welcome to SMF. Glad to have you with us. When dealing with the colder weather, it's not uncommon to use more wood or charcoal to maintain 230-250* temps. You'll find that as the weather warms up, your wood usage will decrease-it the nature of what we love to do. As 'Slinger suggested, a wind break helps, especially on those windy days
 

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