Hybrid Grill is assembled…

…and I didn’t have a thing to do with it. 😉

After a “lost weekend plus”, fighting this “bug” that is going around, I felt good enough last night to ask Heidi if she would mind if I assembled the new grill in our living room today – rather than outdoors – she agreed that would be smarter while I am still getting over the last of this round with cold/flu season.  Long story short, I then kept waking up coughing most of the night, and slept in this morning.

Had just finished my first cup of coffee today when she let me know that Jeff was out back “building the BBQ”.  Apparently, he got the day off of work unexpectedly, got bored, so went to work on it.  By the time I walked out there he had it totally assembled with the exception of the little “stovepipe” (damper) that goes over the charcoal side.

I admired the results of his labor, (it looks GREAT), poured myself a 2nd cup of coffee, then sat down on the couch to contemplate the wonders of the Universe, and – OBTW – how much I appreciate my Son-In-Law. 8)

Jeff working on the final piece of the new hybrid grill.

Jeff working on the final piece of the new hybrid grill.

This isn't where it will end up - just convenient spot for final assembly.

This isn't where it will end up - just convenient spot for final assembly.

Completely assembled "Hybrid Grill Infrared, Propane Gas and Charcoal Cooking System" from Sam's Club

Completely assembled "Hybrid Grill Infrared, Propane Gas and Charcoal Cooking System" from Sam's Club

While we lost just a little propane grill area, that is a significant increase in overall cooking area

While we lost just a little propane grill area, that is a significant increase in overall cooking area

Something tells me we are going to have a *LOT* of fun with this one. <imagine Dave’s “happy dance”>. 😀

Much, much more to follow as time goes on….

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