[UPDATE – Brownie] Today I decided to announced the “winter BBQ time” and I also decided to start an “art series” about it. Here are the first impressions with a Master Touch Gen. 1 1996
Today morning I was on the road again 🙂 300km and 3.5h to get what I never expected to get in Germany. A Brownie and unused for 30 years. This E code was bought on a trade fair in late 1983 according to the guy who sold it. His father
A real story or it took 15 years to got real The story begins in summer of 1985. My Dad has often been to USA for work and he also was an reservist. While visiting the USA he learned to love BBQ and the attitude towards life it brings with
Wow! What a R-R-R (Rescue-Restore-Respect)! My “new” member is another smurf but it’s also a rare MasterTouch Generation 1 (EE coded 1999) Damn I love the MasterTouch Gen1.
Skewers from the kettle. Cold, dark and rain all day but this is no excuse for not starting the charcoal. Du to the fact I love long exposure night shoots I took the chance, too.
Today I had my second kettle pickup of 2018. Another Lady in red. One Touch from 1991
Yesterday I got this “Smurf”. Unfortunately in fairly bad conditions.
How could I resist a model like this ?!? It’s more reddish, taler and … simple much more terrific ! 🙂
I proudly present the new member of my Weber family. She, the lady in red, is 21 years old. Met her on eBay 🙂
It’s impressive like the Hulk – The green Weber kettle. I am nearly sure it’s the only green Weber outside the USA.