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Installed a second Houseboat BBQ

by Claude

Houseboat BBQ installed on the Bow

Houseboat BBQ installed on the Bow

My wife and I installed a second BBQ on the stern of the houseboat, this way if we're at anchor and the wind is blowing, it will naturally be on the bow, so we can still BBQ for supper.

We have a big BBQ installed on front deck, this way it's handy for those supper party's, but we can never tell what the weather will be like on the weekend, so if it's very windy, we still get to eat BBQ ribs, chicken or steak...

Can you tell that I love my wife's cooking :)

Just my thoughts, Claude.

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Hi Claude, and welcome to the houseboat forums.

I can tell from your post that your wife is a great cook, and she never has to "ring the dinner bell" twice when supper is ready .. :)

Lastly, hopefully some of our readers and visitors will share and post comments about their related houseboat BBQ experiences and tips.

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Thanks again for sharing, IAN from all-about-houseboats

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