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  • JimLinebarger
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    Welcome, from Spokane Valley, Wa.

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  • FireMan
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    It’s good that ya finally paid up. Lookin forward to how you weather the winter. Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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  • RustyHaines
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    Welcome to The Pit from Madison, WI

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  • JGo37
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    Watch out for them jackrabbit stampedes. Are you working Atomic City?

  • klflowers
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    Welcome, good to have you

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  • HawkerXP
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    Welcome to the Pit!

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  • Lock Stock and Barrel
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    After being a new member for 6 months all I can say is you made a great choice. So much info and expertise on this forum you will gain at an very fast rate. Welcome in from South Texas.... hope you got your Pit Lit!

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  • Bighorn Dave
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    Originally posted by JGo37 View Post
    Welcome to the PIT Dave, and looking forward to hearing of your exploits. I've tried BBQin' in Idaho winter - you spit and it breaks when it hits the ground. Whoo hoo! gives me the chills rememberin'.
    This will be our first winter here so no experience with the spit breaking. Only time I saw anything close was up in Alaska several years ago when I worked at Prudhoe Bay. The worst was a screw driver tip exploded while turning a small 8x32 screw into an electrical outlet. Good thing it was a craftsman as when I got home they replaced it for me. LOL

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  • JGo37
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    Welcome to the PIT Dave, and looking forward to hearing of your exploits. I've tried BBQin' in Idaho winter - you spit and it breaks when it hits the ground. Whoo hoo! gives me the chills rememberin'.

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  • obiQsmoker
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    Ahh, another member of the wee-hour BBQ club! Welcome, great to have you here.

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  • MBMorgan
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    Welcome from Colorado, Dave ...

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  • jecucolo
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    Understand! I am guilty also. Glad you have a sense of humor!

  • DoubleUpOrQuit
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    Greetings from a different area of MN than Skip. Glad you joined us, Cheers!

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  • Skip
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    Welcome from Minnesota! Enjoy The Pit!

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  • jgreen
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    Welcome from Winnipeg. Glad you joined.

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