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My oldest and late son bought me a grill, 14 years ago this fathers day. Now that the pollen has sailed by and the house got painted. Time to break out the Corona virus gauntlets and get stuck in , with the annual clean...:):eek:

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job done 4 hrs later 20200329_155154_resized_1.jpg 20200329_160131_resized_1.jpg

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lgnngp That's big enough for a half dozen steaks......all at the same time!!!!! Bob
I can do at least 20 the same time mate..:)

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the handles have pitted being so close to the pool, so I have a project next week:)

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Well, geez. That ain’t a grill it’s a whole kitchen. You could cook for the whole forum on that.
lol it has a fridge, in case you get the urge in the heat of battle...:)

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Now that the pollen has sailed by
Whatchu smokin' Willis? Pollen up here by da border makes my white F150 look pale yellow every morning, and it sits under a pole barn roof.............

Personally, I LOVE my PK Grill - looks like a miniature Airstream trailer on a cart - made of cast aluminum, it has stood the test of time for 18 years and still going strong; only replacement is the chrome steel grill. Wife gave me one of those Lowe's/Home Depot fancy gas grills for Father's Day when we first moved to Florida. Sitting out on the patio by the pool, it rusted out in less than 6 months; this thing just keeps on going, making great ribs, chicken, steaks, etc.

 

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Whatchu smokin' Willis? Pollen up here by da border makes my white F150 look pale yellow every morning, and it sits under a pole barn roof.............

Personally, I LOVE my PK Grill - looks like a miniature Airstream trailer on a cart - made of cast aluminum, it has stood the test of time for 18 years and still going strong; only replacement is the chrome steel grill. Wife gave me one of those Lowe's/Home Depot fancy gas grills for Father's Day when we first moved to Florida. Sitting out on the patio by the pool, it rusted out in less than 6 months; this thing just keeps on going, making great ribs, chicken, steaks, etc.

PK "Personal Kitchen" been around since the 50s mate. You got a keeper there...

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