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Old 08-09-2008, 08:01 AM   #1
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grueling day

Well I have a grueling day ahead of me…up at 5:30 am to light the chimney for Buford….take the jerky out of the marinade and put on racks…prep some ABTS…..and set up the mobile cooking kitchen….

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I think I’m all set…I have the hammock set up, the recliner….a pirates treasure of golden liquid in the chest and the Ipod loaded up with some Blues and Q tunes.

PS...did I mention I"m on VACATION :P
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Old 08-09-2008, 08:12 AM   #2
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Nice set up.

Have a wonderful vacation!
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I feel for you Dave.................
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It's a tough job, but someone has to do it. Might want to move the cooler a little closer to the hammock.
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looks like heaven to me
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It's a tough job, but someone has to do it. Might want to move the cooler a little closer to the hammock.
Nope the cooler is in the perfect spot...I measured it
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Perhaps if the wife or one of the boys brought you beer's when needed....just a thought. Enjoy your vacation bud!!!
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Looks like a beautiful day,
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Looks like one fine day to me.
I too am concerned about the cooler placement. Looks a little far away.
You don't wan't to pull any arm muscles while reaching for a cold one.
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You sure do have your work cut out for you Dave... Have fun cookin!!!
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It's a tough job, but someone has to do it. Might want to move the cooler a little closer to the hammock.
Nope the cooler is in the perfect spot...I measured it
should have known you were a pro
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Life's tough isn't it? Hey Dave, did you build that smoke house and if so, would you be willing to share the plans? I really want to start smoking sausage and such and I have the perfect spot on the side of my house for a smoke shack like that. Thanks in advance, Toby
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Life's tough isn't it? Hey Dave, did you build that smoke house and if so, would you be willing to share the plans? I really want to start smoking sausage and such and I have the perfect spot on the side of my house for a smoke shack like that. Thanks in advance, Toby
My buddy built it....I don't have plans but I'll be happy to answer any questions...here is the link to the build
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You are most deserving. Enjoy your vacation.
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That looks like it will be a tough day, but I'm guessing your game for it!
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The thin jerky is done….about ˝ the amount we made..the rest needs some more time…brisket is coming along nicely as well…
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Looks like a great day for it Dave.
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Brisket is done…came out pretty good…the boys felt the need to arange their plates as well..






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Old 08-09-2008, 05:28 PM   #20
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Man, that brisket looks good Dave.
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