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  • David Parrish
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    Welcome tubitz! We're glad you're here. There's no shame at all in owning a Weber Gasser. I have one

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  • tubitz
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    We're cooking chicken for Boyne Thunder, too. However, the dinners are pre-sold to the race teams. We may have a few extras! Look for us in Bridge Park in Charlevoix on July 11

  • Huskee
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    Usernamevalid I are what? A troll? Yep.

  • Usernamevalid
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    So...yeah...not sure anyone from Mt. Pleasant gets to call anyone a fudgy, troll, or anything else. In essence, you are one!

  • Huskee
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    Are they fudgies or "pasty people"?

  • Huskee
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    tubitz You mean Fudgies actually drive south to do stuff? Interesting.

  • Huskee
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    I live in central MI, 20 min north of Mt Pleasant. To me, "up north" in the full sense means the UP, or at least Mackinaw. Basically, the bridge must be in sight. Sometimes I say up north when going to Traverse City too, but that's just a 'by comparison' thing.

    Going to Lansing or Detroit is "down south" lol.

  • Huskee
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    Welcome to The Pit tubitz! Another fellow Michiganian in the house (never liked the term Michigander).

    Since this is your first post, please check out our homework assignment post for new members, it contains a few how-tos and please-dos.

    Hope to hear & see more from you!

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  • Usernamevalid
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    'Up North' is all about the person. I am officially up north once I get past Standish. My wife isn't up north until we cross the bridge!

  • JeffJ
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    We are heading up on July 29 for a 5 day weekend and we'll be up there for Boyne Thunder. Dang, that sounds good. I would have love to have sampled one of your chicken halves.

  • tubitz
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    If you get up here for The Venetian Festival, July 20 - 26, look for The Lions Club cooking chicken on Saturday morning. We'll put out about 800 halves and sell them all in about 1 1/2 hours. I'm one of the cooks!

  • tubitz
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    We are trolls but just barely - we're north of the 45th parallel and just a few miles from The Bridge!

    We get overrun with Fudgies starting in about two weeks!

  • JeffJ
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    Welcome Billy from yet another Michigander. My parents have a place in Boyne City on Lake Charlevoix. We were just up there over Memorial Day. I love it "up north."

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  • B-Mac
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    Welcome from another Michigander that just recently joined the Pit.

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  • Powersmoke_80
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    Welcome fellow Michigander, you will Enjoy the Pit as much as I Love camping up in your neck of the woods at Young State Park.

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