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    #16
    Welcome to the family from Texas! We’re glad you joined us. It’s common knowledge Lang smokers are best broke in, in Texas. Specifically the Houston area. In the owners manual, I’m pretty sure it says that. You might wanna swing by here on your way home with it. 😉

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      #17
      Welcome to the Pt!

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      • HawkerXP
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        Now I'm sure I needn't tell you this being you're from the "Show Me State" but we need pictures. Pictures of your dog, cat, sunrise, sunsets, cooks, cookers...........we can already see the husband you can skip him...
        Last edited by HawkerXP; February 25, 2021, 07:34 AM.

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        ooops. fixed

      #18
      Welcome from South Carolina!

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        #19
        Welcome from Almost Heaven West Virginia.

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          #20
          Missouri! The only state that did not surrender in the Civil War.
          Hello from NW Oregon
          May all your grilling pair well with PBR.

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            #21
            Welcome from Pittsburgh, PA!

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              #22
              Welcome from the California Delta. You'll love that Lang!

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                #23
                Words that were music to our ears, cookin Wibs & takin a lot of wood to git er done! Welcome, eat good & have fun!

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                  #24
                  Welcome from TN

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                    #25
                    Welcome from illinois!

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                      #26
                      Welcome to the Pit from Dallas, Texas!

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                        #27
                        Welcome! Can't wait to see the Lang in action!

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                          #28
                          Welcome from Appleton, WI

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                            #29
                            Hello All,

                            coming to you from Southern Illinois (near St. Louis). I cook in a Peoria Cooker backyard model and a Weber kettle. I've used this site as a reference for quite awhile so Thought I'd become a member!
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                              Hi drdabu . Welcome aboard. I would highly recommend going to the Introduce Yourself channel and post a thread. That way everyone can get to know you!

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                            Welcome from Western Massachusetts.

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