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Oh - glad to hear that nobody was hurt and the fence can be fixable. Hubby made a similar oops one year having the BBQ to close to the vinyl siding on the house. Yea - not a good combo - thankfully he only warped and discolored the siding. g
Goodness!! Frightening!! Very glad to hear no one was hurt.keep wellAmanda :-)
I am glad no one was hurt.
So glad Dave's neighbors noticed what was happening in time to prevent further damage, and that before that you were able to enjoy some yummy smoked turkey, Kathy :)Gracie xx
Oh lordy ....reminds me of the All State Insurance commercial. Thankfully, your nephew did not succeed in burning down his house (only the fence). YIKES!P.S. Hope the turkey was good at least.
Oops!Well at least no one was hurt and the turkey was delicious!
Yikes! That must have added a bit of excitement to your holiday? Glad no one was injured.
Oooops. A little too much excitement.
Oh my gosh! That is too funny - good thing it was the fence and not the porch or the house!
Oh my goodness, I bet Fireman was not amused.Hugs,Meredith
That's terrible!! I'm so glad everyone is okay. That makes this a Thanksgiving to remember! Smoking meat is a BIG thing in Texas. It's a wonder there aren't more fires caused by them than I've heard about.
Oh no! So did they call the fire department or just your husband? :)You'll get years of jokes out of this one.
Good golly! Son in Law did our turkey that way and Daughter was very dismayed to see that he had set the contraption up on their porch. Wait until I show her this! Wow....
Yikes. So glad there was no serious harm done and that the neighbors reported it...
Note to self...........NEVER TRY TO SMOKE A TURKEY....it looks way to dangerous! LOL! Glad no one got hurt.
Thanks for good neighbors and efficient fire fighters!
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