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    The Great Australian Dream

    Happy Xmas and new year to all!!!

    We've been very lucky this year and super busy, which hasn't left me much time for photos, but I got the "itch" the other day. Sadly all I had on hand was my Bberry, which doesn't exactly give me a massive range of options and it was only a quick snap, but thought I'd share on here all the same.

    BBQ and a Hills Hoist. Basically all we needed was some XXXX beer and we could have been in an advert for Australia. Oh, and we would have needed Paul Hogan turning the "shrimp".

    Cheers!

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    Haha, like how you captured the flame. Gosh I have never managed to get flames like that in my weber
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    They weren't joking when then said "easy light briquettes"!!

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    A very "aussie" backyard
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    Hahaha, great aussie shot.

    For an instant I thought you might have been trying to dry your laundry.
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    im sure you could fit a victa in there somewhere
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    I've seen a great apron to go with that:
    "Years of experience in burning the meat"
    Great photo!

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