Daily Photos from Florida's Capital City
I imagine many of burger have been flipped on that grill.
Throw a steak on for me :)
Ill bring the burgers, someone got the potato salad?
These things always scared me. They just look unclean.
Maybe it will be used next Spring.This lake is a beautiful place for a pic nic!Léia :)
The grills in our parks are still mostly buried under snow . . .
Wonderful. We have some of those around here, but sometimes people still insist on building fire rings ... go figure!
I think most outdoor grills look like this...actually, this one looks in pretty good shape. When is your first picnic going to be?
I do think all of our larger inland lakes have these kinds of grills but I seldom see people using them.
It sure does make a nice shadow and I'm a fan of rust too.Also it reminds me that I haven't grilled anything since I left California 3yrs ago. I miss doing that.
The grill reminds those still buried in snow that bar-b-que season will eventually return...
where are steacks
That is so cool. I wish we had them here in our parks.Thank you so much for the hug you sent along the day our dear kitty died. Be sure to pick up a little something I made for you and all our friends. Blessings to you, sweet friend.
It may be old and ugly, but I bet it works just fine.
I'm sure it is still in working order, ready for the next picnic!
There is nothing better than food cooked on one of these charcoal grills, with the sun on your face and the water nearby. My husband calls them Yogi Bear grills, I guess because you see them at campsites. Your family sounds alot like ours. It's going to be a whirlwind trip, but crazy fun I'm sure. Daddy's side of the family is a scream. Kathy
It wasn't until I read the comments that I realised what kind of "grill" this was.
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