FOWC with Fandango: Fumes

She was so proud. At last she had her own garden grill and could make the neighbours jealous during the summer evenings when she grilled her meat, the inviting flavours penetrating in the surrounding gardens. Unfortunately the surrounding windows of the various apartments were open . The smoke and fumes did not bother her so much, after all no smoke without a fire, although actually there should just have been glowing embers and not flames, absolutely no smoke..

The experience came to a quick end when she heard the sound of the fire engine and the firemen arrived in her garden complete with their hose. It seems the neighbours got a little anxious.

FOWC with Fandango: Fumes

3 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango: Fumes

  1. This is funny because it happened to us several years ago. My husband used to grill out on our patio. The neighbor diagonal from us had some very tall shrubbery surrounding her yard. She could not see into your yard, but she smelled smoke! She drove around the block to our house, banged on the door and said, “Are you OK?” I said I was fine and asked what was going on. She smelled smoke and thought our house was on fire. I thanked her and told her my husband was grilling–nothing more.

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