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    TVWBB Olympian Cliff Bartlett's Avatar
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    Saw this video update on the 416 fire near Durango that Russ mentions above. There is a brief update during the second half of the video. It mentioned the footage was shot around 7 hours ago. Hope all is OK at your place Russ.

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    Is that an M Grill? It's kind of a Hasty Bake taken to the next level, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin Dorsey View Post
    Is that an M Grill? It's kind of a Hasty Bake taken to the next level, right?
    Yes, Dustin the M1 is a Hasty Bake on triple steroids. Very heavy steel. Weighs 350 lbs.
    The charcoal grate moves up & down inside the smoker for reverse searing & whatnot.
    The smoker box is built underneath & has a reverse flow aspect.
    You can open up the vents & burn stick wood or you can close them down & use lump.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff Bartlett View Post
    Saw this video update on the 416 fire near Durango that Russ mentions above. There is a brief update during the second half of the video. It mentioned the footage was shot around 7 hours ago. Hope all is OK at your place Russ.

    https://www.weather.com/news/weather...=pl-the-latest
    The last we heard the fire was at about 2000 acres with 10% containment. The train has been stopped till the 10th of June for sure.
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    What kind is that?

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    That thing is a beast, can't wait to see how it works out for you.
    Sure hope they get that fire under control, make sure you the Mrs. and the pups stay safe.
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