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Old 05-04-2009, 01:28 PM   #1
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Some Smokin, Grillin and camping

A few weeks ago I smoked up some ribs a brisket and some salmon. I had the ribs and brisket on the WSM and I used the offset for the salmon. I sliced up the brisket and vac packed to take camping, I also vac packed the salmon. The side dish was a really nice sweet potato dish a friend brought over. The other pics are from this last weekend, we went camping at Leo Carillo. I grilled up some steaks and corn with a nice green salad. I donít have pics of lunch but we had BBQ brisket sandwiches, they were awesome and Iíll definitely do that again.

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Old 05-04-2009, 02:14 PM   #2
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Re: Some Smokin, Grillin and camping

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Where's the tent!?!?!?!!?
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Old 05-04-2009, 05:11 PM   #3
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Looks like it's that 40 ft. long house on wheels.
Great pics Toby.
Uh......your son in the tree.....would that be the same that had the accident?
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Old 05-04-2009, 05:58 PM   #4
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You call that camping huh?
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Wow - that's some tent, it almost looks like a motorhome.
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Looks like it's that 40 ft. long house on wheels.
Great pics Toby.
Uh......your son in the tree.....would that be the same that had the accident?
Yes that's the same boy.
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Old 05-04-2009, 07:06 PM   #7
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I guess roughing it = staying in a Howard Johnsons!
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You call that camping huh?
We used to tent camp until we had kids, I got tired of dragging them to the rest room in the middle of the night. Also, we ride dirt bikes in the Mojave dessert and it gets mighty cold and rainy out there in the wintertime. The Mrs likes to be cozy ya know and if the queen is happy, the kingdom is happy
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You call that camping huh?
We used to tent camp until we had kids, I got tired of dragging them to the rest room in the middle of the night. Also, we ride dirt bikes in the Mojave dessert and it gets mighty cold and rainy out there in the wintertime. The Mrs likes to be cozy ya know and if the queen is happy, the kingdom is happy [/quote:18bsecgg]

Looks like a good time. We are not camping much this year...Working on getting our camper finished, So keep the camping pics comming so we can "camp through you" !
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Family, fine vittles an a great time campin, life don't get a whole lot better then that right there!
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Great pics and a great time..we have another month before we can do some camping here...its still getting to cold at night
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Nice time had & great pic's
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You're living right Toby, real nice.
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Wow beautiful camping!!!
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Looks like a great time. Nice rig. Our old buggy works for Val and I.

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Looks like a great time. Nice rig. Our old buggy works for Val and I.

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