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Old 03-25-2006, 03:45 PM   #1
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Hey Cappy

How's them there Yanks enjoying your Q?? Give us an update!!!!
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Old 03-25-2006, 04:14 PM   #2
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they don't eat till 7...I'm searin and never fearin!

Getting ready to fire up the grill and do the burgers chicken dogs.
Hope the transport won't hurt the quality too much...they're only 2 miles
away from me but I like my burgers right off the grill!!! The q is ready, and the sides are just about done...I love this stuff!
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Old 03-25-2006, 04:21 PM   #3
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Here's the pork, hot dog chili and the bbo bath for the sausages.

Damn batteries are dying, I'll try to get more pics.
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Old 03-25-2006, 05:35 PM   #4
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Nice!!!
Are ya going to ask the F&B guy what wine he suggests?
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I think Capt has heard enough whinining from the F&B jerk!
Looks GREAT....any leftovers? I am starving! :biggrin:
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Old 03-25-2006, 07:57 PM   #6
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Cappy you are the man!!!! =D>
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Old 03-26-2006, 07:00 AM   #7
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well, that was a blast. A great group of happy beer drinking guys. Easy to please with the food. Didn't have time to get all the chicken done, but there was enough...felt the quality of the burgers and chicken suffered a little bit because of trying to do so much at one and having to transport the food. It was fun though.

Nick sounds exactly like Ray Romano when he talks...I kept cracking up
but I never told him why. He looks exactly like his avatar by the way.
I thought he was much older, but he's only 47. Those guys were really having a hoot, and I just joined in with em...good times.
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Old 03-26-2006, 07:56 AM   #8
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Glad to hear you had a great time Cappy! I'm sure there are a bunch of guys with full bellie's this morning!!
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Old 03-26-2006, 08:08 AM   #9
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haven't got any calls about anyone getting sick yet!! I think with the amount of alcohol consumed most every germ was killed!
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Sounds like you had a blast!
Great looking food too!
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Its really great that you did this for the guys. Wish I was with them. Golf, beer, and food.
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Old 03-26-2006, 10:38 AM   #12
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I can tell you right now they were having a blast....golf every day,
they went to Hooters one night and a few of the guys went to
a local gentleman's club.

I just realized I forgot to get my picture taken with Nick..he had his camera and everything.

This was the first time these guys had come as a group...I think I would have enjoyed playing a few days with em, even if they are Yankees!

Next year I hope we can find a better location and do ribs.
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well, that was a blast. A great group of happy beer drinking guys. Easy to please with the food. Didn't have time to get all the chicken done, but there was enough...felt the quality of the burgers and chicken suffered a little bit because of trying to do so much at one and having to transport the food. It was fun though.

Nick sounds exactly like Ray Romano when he talks...I kept cracking up
but I never told him why. He looks exactly like his avatar by the way.
I thought he was much older, but he's only 47. Those guys were really having a hoot, and I just joined in with em...good times.
Thats on a good day! And btw, cappy doesn't come close to drinking the beer these guys consume! When we left on Thursday (4:00 AM) they were already drinking. When the vans came to pick us up last night when we landed, they had a few cases in each van for us! Man, I'm so full of beer right now it's not even funny!
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Originally Posted by "Captain Morgan":3vg149or
well, that was a blast. A great group of happy beer drinking guys. Easy to please with the food. Didn't have time to get all the chicken done, but there was enough...felt the quality of the burgers and chicken suffered a little bit because of trying to do so much at one and having to transport the food. It was fun though.

Nick sounds exactly like Ray Romano when he talks...I kept cracking up
but I never told him why. He looks exactly like his avatar by the way.
I thought he was much older, but he's only 47. Those guys were really having a hoot, and I just joined in with em...good times.
Thats on a good day! And btw, cappy doesn't come close to drinking the beer these guys consume! When we left on Thursday (4:00 AM) they were already drinking. When the vans came to pick us up last night when we landed, they had a few cases in each van for us! Man, I'm so full of beer right now it's not even funny![/quote:3vg149or]

Nick that sounds like my kinda trip, let me know next time and I'll caddy for you free! Other than the cost of my beer!
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well, that was a blast. A great group of happy beer drinking guys. Easy to please with the food. Didn't have time to get all the chicken done, but there was enough...felt the quality of the burgers and chicken suffered a little bit because of trying to do so much at one and having to transport the food. It was fun though.

Nick sounds exactly like Ray Romano when he talks...I kept cracking up
but I never told him why. He looks exactly like his avatar by the way.
I thought he was much older, but he's only 47. Those guys were really having a hoot, and I just joined in with em...good times.
Thats on a good day! And btw, cappy doesn't come close to drinking the beer these guys consume! When we left on Thursday (4:00 AM) they were already drinking. When the vans came to pick us up last night when we landed, they had a few cases in each van for us! Man, I'm so full of beer right now it's not even funny![/quote:2e1l2oxd]

Nick that sounds like my kinda trip, let me know next time and I'll caddy for you free! Other than the cost of my beer![/quote:2e1l2oxd]
He could get Tiger Woods as a caddie for what your beer would cost.
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Ha! Nick doesn't realize that Larry and I have spent time in a HOSPITAL PARKING LOT drinking beer while a close comrade lay in peril! Can't no Yankee top that!
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Ha! Nick doesn't realize that Larry and I have spent time in a HOSPITAL PARKING LOT drinking beer while a close comrade lay in peril! Can't no Yankee top that!
Hah, we brought the beer into the Emergency room!
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I thought Larry drank the cheap stuff
How much does Old Millwaukee cost anyways?
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I thought Larry drank the cheap stuff
How much does Old Millwaukee cost anyways?
You have to pay for that crap?
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I thought Larry drank the cheap stuff
How much does Old Millwaukee cost anyways?
You have to pay for that crap?
Your right you might as well buy crap(money well spent) put it in a blender and drink it
It would probably taste better than O.M.
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