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    Hello Everyone Who Knows Way More Than Me. I am from Calgary AB Canada. I have been tinkering with a Brinkman for a couple of years without much success. I recently upgraded to a Kamado Joe and love it!

    So far I have done lots of ribs, but, and pizzas. This weekend is Thanksgiving in Canada, and I am going to try my first turkey. I look forward to learning a lot!

    Robbie Hello Everyone Who Knows Way More Than Me. I am from Calgary AB Canada. I have been tinkering with a Brinkman for a couple of years without much success. I recently upgraded to a Kamado Joe and love it!

    So far I have done lots of ribs, but, and pizzas. This weekend is Thanksgiving in Canada, and I am going to try my first turkey. I look forward to learning a lot!

    Robbie

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      Welcome to the Pit!! We are happy to have you. We've got lots of kamado folks in here. You'll be in good hands.

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        Greetings and welcome aboard Robbie! Calgary is a neat town ... I spent quite a lot of time there prior to retiring a couple of years ago.

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          Welcome aboard (Robbie). It's great to have you here and congrats on the Kamado Joe! See you around The Pit!

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            (Robbie) Welcome to the Pit!

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              Greetings! I'm also from Calgary, I'm in Glendale in the SW. Great to have another one of us on board, go Flames!

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                Hello, Robbie hello everybody knows more than me! Welcome aboard! One of the rules is no pics, no cook. Looking forward to em. Enjoy the ride!

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                  Welcome to the Pit!

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                    Welcome to The Pit (Robbie)! Thank you for joining up with us, it's nice to have you here.

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                    Hope to hear & see more from you!

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                      Welcome! Make sure to get the turkey brining sooner than later!!

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                        Welcome to the Pit! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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                          (Robbie), Welcome to The Pit! You are Now Enrolled in the BBQ Univ.! Attendance and Participation are Mandatory! Congratulations to You and Canada on Your Upcominig Thanksgiving this weekend! You just can't beat Smoke Roasted Turkey!
                          Eat Well and Prosper! From a Backyard Cremator in Fargo ND, Dan

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