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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.


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                  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.


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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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