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Thread: How cold is too cold for a gasser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    Root beer ( or coke ) vanilla ice cream, dollop of whipped cream and either chocolate syrup (drizzled over the top) or chocolate shavings.

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    Oh!! I vote for ROOT BEER!!!!!! Sounds good, thank you. Forgot all about root beer. One of my favorite sodas and I haven't had it in years. I have been on the Ginger Beer kick for quite a while now. Time to switch. lol

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    How cold is too cold would depend on the size tank you are using. And how full it is. Camping while hunting those 1 lb. canisters don't do well much below freezing. The 20 lb. standard grill propane tank when it is at least half full is good for the twenties below zero °F. At least on my older Genesis with Grillgrates.





    At teens below zero the LCD display on my ATC for the WSM stops displaying but it still works. Just have to read it from the WiFi and it is more comfortable reading it sitting inside anyhow.



    Now that I have turned the corner and am into my 60's it is me not the outside temperature that is the limiting factor. Can deal with the teens below for short periods of time but do not see me grilling or smoking in the twenties below anymore. But IIRC said that last year too. Was just looking at places to winter over in Az. a couple of hours ago LOL.

    Not even so much for the camping anymore either spent 3 weeks in a cabin for bird hunting season this year. Hot running water and full kitchen. Still take the Jumbo Joe with me even though they have grills there it is just not the same as a Weber.





    That was 6 weeks ago and the snow finally started to melt after almost a week. Twenties above zero is child's play. Erh excuse me, I'm going to go look at those places in Az. again...
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    Michael, thank you, you have enough shrimp cooking for me, now what about everyone else? lol Just what is that white stuff? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan View Post
    Just what is that white stuff? lol
    It's not powdered sugar, Joan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKalchik View Post
    It's not powdered sugar, Joan!
    I think I have told this story here before but......one winter, DH and I just got in the car and headed north. We were looking for snow. Not sure where we were, but DH said, there's snow. I said, no, that's sand. We pulled over and found out it was snow. Ever since, DH teases me when we see snow on tv and says, look at all that sand. Now I am going to reply, at least it's not powdered sugar. Thanks! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeS in Alaska View Post
    -25 F so far.
    But it has to be sunny and calm. ;-)
    Kudos, Mike! Cyber high-fives to you! I doff my toque-blanche to you!

    I will go cold in my neck-of-the-woods regularly in single digits, but rarely go below zero...
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