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    Hello from Virginia

    Hello everyone.

    Welcome! Where in Virginia are you from? I'm in Harrisonburg.


    • shush
      shush commented
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      Woodbridge here. Welcome!

    • phrogpilot73
      phrogpilot73 commented
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      VA Beach here, don't know how you folks live in NOVA...

      For the record - at one point I lived in NOVA. Before the DC suburbs extended all the way to Fredericksburg!

    • richinlbrg
      richinlbrg commented
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      And a welcome from Leesburg. Welcome board. Looking forward to seeing your outdoor cooking antics!

    Welcome to The Pit.


      Welcome! I grew up in Fredericksburg, and went to JMU in Harrisonburg. Just a bit south of you now though.


        Welcome to the Pit from Sterling Va!


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            Welcome from Florida!


              Huntington Beach welcomes you. I have a rub from a butcher in Fredericksburg that I think is delicious.


                Welcome from Indiana


                  Welcome JMessner


                    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th' Pit!
                    Lookin' forward to hearin' more!


                      Welcome aboard J. Eat good & have fun! An intro of few words! OK!


                        Welcome from across the river in Maryland.


                          Welcome to the Pit from NE Washington state. Along with tips, techniques, and recipes about BBQ we have a lot of fun. If you like music, go to this thread to hear what others are listening to and share what you like. For jokes, go to this thread. Happy to have you along and looking forward to your participation.


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                            • JMessner
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                              Olde Towne Butcher! Oh yeah, that place is a great shop. The staff is always helpful and the quality of meat is incredible. I buy the pork back ribs there frequently. I’ve never had that rub but I bet it’s good.

                            • FishTalesNC
                              FishTalesNC commented
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                              I missed out, moved away in ‘97 and it wasn’t there yet. 😞 Might have to swing by there next time I blow thru town tho and check it out.


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