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    Northern "park grills" on sale. Bought and installed.

    Last week I got an email from Northern and their Park Grills were on sale. I have been wanting one for the north part of our property back in the timber where we have bonfires. Needs something that would withstand the elements and cook an occasional brat and burger.

    So I picked it up at northern and me and my buddy dug a post hole (101 temps- Yikes) and set the post and filled the hole with concrete. It is VERY heavy built and should last forever !

    Here are a few pictures.


    Digging the hole. Phew, dirt is HARD. Had to use water. That's OK its more fun !!



    Wow, there is water in this bucket. Gotta like that.



    Finished product.



    Hurry up already. You promised me a graham cracker.
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    Okay, what's the story with those bandits????

    Oh, and the grill setup looks good. Should last a heck of a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy b. View Post
    Okay, what's the story with those bandits????
    Andy, its just one. He is about 3 months old. His mother left him and we found him on our property close to starving to death. Not to mention we had a big storm coming and didnt have the heart to leave him out there. So we bottle fed him and took him back in hopes that mom would come back for him. But no such luck.

    He is eating some solid food now and only wants a bottle on occasion. He follows us around when we are working in the yard and is actually a lot of fun. Best guess is we will try to send him on his way in another month or two. If not might have to take him for a ride.

    He sits on my shoulder in the morning as I have my coffee on the deck and take it all in.
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    Nice place Rich! I can't help but laugh at your little friend. Hopefully you guys can stay friends.

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    Great pics of your friend!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Nice grill. They look well built at good price.

    I may have to buy a couple.
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    $129.00 shipped free to store.

    Yea I would like to keep him around but I think he will grow up to ornery !

    Will hate to see him go. I have no doubt mama will be crying that day.
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    Have you read the book by Stirling North, Rascal(Memoirs of a happy time)? It's a good read for raccoon friends.
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    No I haven't. But our little buddy is still hanging around!

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    I cant believe I missed this the first time through. This is a neat story. Rich,do you have other domestic animals,and if so, how do they get along? When you say bottle fed, is it just regular milk?

    Growing up,with my dad being in the Border Patrol, he would bring home orphaned animals for me to take care of periodically. I've raised a couple of fawns, bobcat,and javelina's.
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