These are the photos from the Car, Truck and Cycle Event at Root's today. The BS behaved well today and I still had a little propane left in the tank that I started using when I first filled it up when I purchased the BS. I had taken an extra tank of propane along in case I needed it, but I didn't need it. The BS was turned on from 8:00 AM until about 2:30 PM today so I thought that was good for how much propane it used in that amount of time and from the other bakes I had so far.
I had fun because I had nice vendors as neighbors and then Jeff (a member here on the forum) and Mark came to my stand and stayed awhile to talk and Jeff baked in the BS. At the end of the day Steve and his wife came to visit me. Steve baked two pizzas in the BS.
It was really windy and cold today and I had problems keeping my things in place unless I put something on top of them. My setup didn't look the greatest, but I did not want to spend money to try something for one day. I didn't know how to cover my baked pizzas, but found 2.00 plastic bowls that did the job okay at the Dollar General Store.
Just remind me if I every say I am going to try something like this again not to do it. There is too much dragging around for the amount of money that was made. I washed all the things that needed to be washed and put them away, but the BS is staying in the van until tomorrow.
There were some cool looking cars, trucks and cycles at the event at Root's Market.