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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Lazing On A Sunny Afternoon


The 'war' was on hold for a day, a feature that I think should be included in real wars.

We'd spent the morning fixing our Warrior. They are excellent vehicles but they do like a little TLC.

But now fluids that needed topping up were topped up, things that needed greasing were greased, items that needed checking were checked and we were all done.

The weather was fantastic and after the disappointment over the R n R things were looking up again.

And then the chefs turned up.

With a barbeque.

And beer......

7 Comments:

Anonymous Theblonde said...

It would be cold in Canada. Sun & bbq? Or cold & snow? Um, tough decision.

3:52 pm  
Blogger PI said...

I've never yet been to a successful BBQ but I'll bet the army know how to do them. Do hope little one is OK now.

4:58 pm  
Blogger Katy Newton said...

It is never the wrong time of year for barbecue. Besides, men love cooking meat over fire. Love it.

5:14 pm  
Blogger Universal Soldier said...

The Blonde - this is where the memoir is a bit out of sync - it was 35c and August.

PI - I think it's in Queen's Regulations for the Army somewhere that we have to have at least 5 BBQ's per year.

Katy - it's the caveman in all of us.

8:55 pm  
Blogger Haggiswurst said...

Delicious, a BBQ - I hope it was loaded with those delicious heartstopper foods that the healthy lobbyists hate?
Bloodly hell all this has left me hungry now

12:38 am  
Anonymous Mr Angry said...

US - Can we safely assume it was a proper mans BBQ with steaks and burgers and not a poncy one cooking plants'n'stuff along with the meat?

9:46 am  
Blogger Universal Soldier said...

Haggis/Mr Angry - oh yes it was a proper BBQ - large chunks of dead cow, etc.

9:53 am  

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