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First BBQ 2010
Ireland

While Ireland is not the first nation that comes to mind when you think of barbecues, it just takes a couple of German guys to make up for that. Our first barbecue 2010, sun shining, t-shirts (and right now there's a rather bad snow chaos back home, who would have thought ...)

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Tags: maynooth; kildare; ireland; bbq; barbecue; back yard; garden; back; smoke; sun; blue; fun
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