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  • Subman658
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    Congrats! I’m jealous!

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  • Steve B
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    Panhead John Ahhh. The good old days.

  • Panhead John
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    LSD LSD....oops. LSG LSG LSG

  • Steve B
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    LSG LSG LSG 🙌🙌🙌

  • Richard Chrz
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    I feel like I’m becoming a LSG groupie.

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  • Richard Chrz
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    Man, that is awesome!

  • klflowers
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    I think you are right. I am trying to convince the wife we should sell the house and live in it when I retire, wonder if whatever RV park we make home would mind if we set one of those up in the “front yard”

  • JakeT
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    CaptainMike, that's what I learned on as well. Especially helpful going over obstacles.

    28oz! You're more of a man than I am. I love a 19oz straight handle vaughan. Give me that and my 8lb sledge and I'll throw up forms all day! (well, maybe not now that I'm in the office/truck most of the time)

  • CaptainMike
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    JakeT that was my dad, he hated wobble sticks. In fact, that's what I learned on and probably contributed to the arthritis in my hands today! That and swinging a 28oz framing hammer for decades...

  • JakeT
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    shush you are 100% correct on that. Some of the old timers that refuse to use anything but 4 stick controls...amazing.

  • shush
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    I thought I could operate a backhoe a few dozen years ago... until the foreman came up, asked me to step out, and did things I had never seen a machine do before. Apparently, he took second in the BackHoe Rodeo the previous year, and had been competing for many more. I was amazed at what an 'Operator' can do versus an 'operator'

  • CaptainMike
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    I am super excited for you! One of the cool things about this cooker is that with the charcoal basket accessory I can use it like a kettle and do a long cook that doesn't need as much fussing with. Heck, I could probably use the SNS in it with good results. Looking forward to all of the nuances of this beauty! I have a buddy that is working me over for my SMG, but dang, I love cooking on that thing.
    Last edited by CaptainMike; March 18, 2021, 04:46 PM.

  • Troutman
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    What? Your motorhome has a basement? I have a motorpool table for sale if interested

  • Troutman
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    Wait...I just saw that cooker in his showroom, how'd you get it to your house so fast? And what's all that white stuff around your place, isn't it 82* there yet?

    Congrats, not a big lover of stick burners but I am jealous regardless. Just don't forget the live fire cooker !!! I'm about ready to pull the trigger on one and let the 12 week clock to commence !!

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  • CaptainMike
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    Why would last night be different from any other night Panhead John?

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