New toys to go with the Traeger.

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Re: New toys to go with the Traeger.

Postby crsmoke070 » 22 Nov 2010, 19:13

These plans look good and hopefully the visiting Qers from other countries that have in-laws in Lincolnshire will be invited to see the final results and a beer.

Keep us posted on your plans.

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Re: New toys to go with the Traeger.

Postby snollygoster » 04 Oct 2017, 10:30

Chris__M wrote:The fire bricks idea makes sense to me, but I am going to give that a miss for now. My current cooking position is on the drive alongside my house, next to the kitchen door, which means the traeger is exposed - both to the elements and anyone walking past the house and looking up the drive.

As a result, I am currently garaging it once it has cooled sufficiently, so the longer cooling off time would be a bit of a pain. Also, it is heavy enough to move as it is, without bricks in it as well!

I have longer term plans for a small covered area alongside my garage, with a proper extermal power socket off of the garage's circuit (currently, I am simply throwing a lead out of the kitchen door). As well as sheltering the traeger, it will also be out of sight of the road, and I will be more happy with leaving it out most/all of the time.



I have a very nice covered area in my garage. My wife and I bought a nice shed from http://whatshed.co.uk/big-sheds/. I wanted the first one which is a lot bigger but my wife chose Hartwood 10′ x 6′ FSC Double Door Overlap Apex Shed. It's not too big and still has enough space for her gardening. It has been 3 years since we bought it but its still ok. Though we need to repaint it maybe in December just in time for Holidays. But aside from that, everything is ok.
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Re: New toys to go with the Traeger.

Postby snollygoster » 04 Oct 2017, 10:33

I have a very nice covered area in my garage. My wife and I bought a nice shed from http://whatshed.co.uk/big-sheds/. I wanted the first one which is a lot bigger but my wife chose Hartwood 10′ x 6′ FSC Double Door Overlap Apex Shed. It's not too big and still has enough space for her gardening. It has been 3 years since we bought it but its still ok. Though we need to repaint it maybe in December just in time for Holidays. But aside from that, everything is ok.[/quote]


Sorry for bringing back this thread. I was using the keyword for searching threads, I overlooked the date was way back 2010. I'm sorry My bad :lol:
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Re: New toys to go with the Traeger.

Postby Chris__M » 06 Oct 2017, 15:48

snollygoster wrote:Sorry for bringing back this thread. I was using the keyword for searching threads, I overlooked the date was way back 2010. I'm sorry My bad :lol:


Not a problem. It was an interesting reminder of how my setup was. I've since had my whole garden redone, with a dedicated BBQ area in a space behind my Garage, which meant I could build a lean-to shelter against the back wall, and drill a hole through to get power.
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Re: New toys to go with the Traeger.

Postby snollygoster » 07 Oct 2017, 09:29

That's a very nice idea. ;)
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