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Friday, September 5, 2008

When it Rains

What to do when it starts to drizzle? And your outdoor stove is, erm, outdoor under a tree? Surely, you don’t want whatever you’re cooking to get wet, right? Well the simplest way is to use an umbrella. Since the stove is under the branches, you could just let the umbrella hang from among them. The picture below shows how.