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3 months 1 day ago #698906 by Sawyer
Watch out for water via through condensation when using those tanks

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3 months 1 day ago #698907 by Hassner
Our first day that feels like summer. 
I hope it is not your first up there feeling like winter. 


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3 months 1 day ago #698931 by Stacy Miller
It's been raining here. 


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3 months 1 day ago #698943 by Hassner
Pinkie, we know what you mean, but here we talk about a garage (as pumps were previously connected to car workshops).
So we go to the garage to fill up with petrol. 
The press wants to be fancy and will call it a petrol station.
Gas is in a compressed can and some people cook on it’s flames.
SA local lingo.


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3 months 1 day ago #698968 by Glen Mosley
What do you call propane tanks?  Thats what is compressed here and used for cooking.  


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3 months 19 hours ago #698986 by Hassner
We just call it gas. 


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3 months 9 hours ago #699014 by ThatNikonGuy
Propane here.  I think everyone but the US peeps call fuel put into a car petrol


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3 months 8 hours ago #699019 by Alexandra Rioce
Sunday family day. 


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3 months 1 hour ago #699042 by Prago
Just had to run out and get some propane for the grill.  Need to get as much BBQ'ing in as winter months are coming!

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2 months 4 weeks ago #699050 by Hassner
I only bbq on coals of a wood fire. 
But not everyone has the time or good feasible wood. 


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2 months 4 weeks ago #699054 by Freshstart
Wood or charcoal is the way to go, unfortunately right now, all I have is gas. 


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2 months 4 weeks ago #699060 by Hassner
Most locals have wood delivered in 500 quantities. 
Some have a second pile of cheaper wood when they have a fireplace, to be cosy or warm up the house. 


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2 months 4 weeks ago #699075 by JaneK
You mean 500 pieces of wood to burn?  LOL how long will that take to burn?  Years?  :rofl:


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2 months 4 weeks ago #699080 by Hassner
Pinkie, it takes about ten pieces of wood for a braai (BBQ). 
That gives me only one per week. 
That means it lasts a year. 
We buy every year. 


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2 months 4 weeks ago #699090 by Ian Stone
Love the taste of food cooked on wood


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