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Old 03-10-2006, 06:37 PM   #1
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New Style Weber Baby Q 120

Camping World is having a sale on portable grills and I noticed that they have a newly designed Q 220 and Baby Q 120. The Q 220 has a temp gauge in the hood and the Baby Q 120 has had side leafs added. I couldn't resist so here are the pics.
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Old 03-10-2006, 07:16 PM   #2
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I am starting to relize that buying the trailer was the inexpensive part.I never imagined there would be so many little items to purchase.
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Old 03-10-2006, 07:32 PM   #3
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Brad, I think you are probably right. I've always heard that you will spend an additional $1,000 once you bought a trailer for small repairs and additional equipment. I have used charcoal in a firepit and then a grate with legs to cook on for years. One of the guys in our hunting party started bringing al old rusted out charcoal grill to cook turkey breast when we get one and to cook polish sausage, hamburgers, steak, etc. I just decided that there were times I wanted to come back into camp, start the propane grill and slap something on without waiting for the charcoal to start glowing.

Then there is the new filter system I just bought.................
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Old 03-10-2006, 09:33 PM   #4
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Camp cooking

Our chapter of WBCCI does a bit of state park and caravan cooking. I investigated and found Campchef makes the best portable unit. They gave me a discount, so we bought one direct. We bought a foldable Sportsgrill model which has a good size cast iron grill and a side burner. They have a website. Check it out. If you are interested, I think I can still get the discount. Their units are bigger than what you need for just camping alone but they are real commercial quality units for bigger gatherings and still fold up fairly small and come with transport bags to keep your TV clean.
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