Well Mom could! She would like to invite the neighbors over for a barbecue and a bit of social interaction but refuses to do so until this equipment is replaced!
Still a tough decision for Dad. Lots of old memories tied up here. The idea came to him during the bathroom remodel a couple of years ago. Sadly it has never been a popular idea with Mom. Sooo . . I guess a new grill it is!
Happy Father's Day Mom!!!
Dion! Lonely Teenager on The Turntable . . . Late 60's and 70's onThe Flipside Check it out!! . . . Jack Daniels would be proud indeed . . . see why in The ClubPUB . .
Well, that's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
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