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    Default Improvised BBQ grill-not a Bushclass Elective but I had to do it

    Just had to have a little bushcraft fun with dinner tonight. Used my Companion HD to make shavings and curls to make tinder. My Firesteel Armagedden to spark it to life. Used my CS Trailhawk to build the BBQ support. Cooked chicken fajitas over mesquite.

    It was GOOD stuff!






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    Nice eats, and look at that green grass.

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    I would have been much too nervous about the horizontal supports and all that lovely chicken... what if it fell into the fire ????

    Good job, thanks for posting.

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    eat it anyway lol. what's a little ash?

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    Sadly it was 77 deg today. No snow on San Antonio Lots of green grass.

    The cross supports are made from green crate myrtle and are not directly over the fire. It held up great. Thankfully.

    Would have hated all that fajita meat to fall in the fire.
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