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Meat Up In Texas - Very Few Arrests, So Far

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    Meat Up In Texas - Very Few Arrests, So Far

    Hey guys, our first day turned out pretty good.

    Left to Right. Loren, Uncle Bob’s wife Lee, Uncle Bob, Captain Mike, David Webb (58limited) , LA Pork Butts son Andy, Panhead John, Sunny (LA Pork Butt), Curtis and wife Kim, (wcpreston), Julia and Don (TxF) and Troutman Steve.
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    #2
    No arrests? You guys are slacking! Don’t worry, CaptainMike will show up and then the party can really get started.
    Last edited by ecowper; June 4, 2021, 10:49 PM.

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      #3
      I count 12 names and 13 people. Is one Troutman's arresting officer?

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      • Panhead John
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        It’s corrected now. I left out Captain Mike. I was mad at him because we had a pillow fight last night and I lost.
        Last edited by Panhead John; June 5, 2021, 07:52 AM.

      #4
      Monday is Captain Mike’s 60th Birthday. The gang all chipped in and got him a $3.50 Birthday Card. Now, everyone knows I’m not one to brag, but I went all in and gave him a set of my best plates. He was thrilled beyond belief.
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      #5
      I JUST got off work. Prolly be up around 11-12-ish to see if I need to get bail moneys.

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        #6
        Very cool! Jealous I can't be there. Sorta.

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          #7
          Wonderful pics!!!

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            Reviews of the steaks, drinking was involved……and bribery.
            Last edited by Panhead John; June 7, 2021, 06:33 AM.

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              #9
              Good to see. could as easily gone like this . . . .

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              • Mr. Bones
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                (Frantically searchin fer Epic Trainwreck pics, here LOL!)

                Bless alla yall, so sorry I couldn't make it, had last mike family carpola dropped into my lap...

              • bbqLuv
                bbqLuv commented
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                Free Way Jamboree.
                All these fine folks getting together and exchanging personal information.

              • Mudkat
                Mudkat commented
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                That is hysterical!!

              #10
              Looks like a good time.

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              • bbqLuv
                bbqLuv commented
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                Of course, it's a BBQ!

              #11
              This looks like a really great time even with Panhead John there. Keep the posts and photos coming.
              Last edited by RonB; June 5, 2021, 06:28 AM.

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                #12
                Oh, man! Looks like a great time so sorry couldn’t be there. Next time I hope🤞🏻.

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                • Panhead John
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                  We miss ya big guy! Hope you start feeling better soon. There’s talk of doing this again in the fall. Maybe Octoberish?

                #13
                Well, I’m jealous and sorry our Maine trip conflicted with all THAT. It does look like y’all needed some adult supervision. (My wife is good at that.). Maybe next time. And hey, it’s 0745 there. Where are the pix of Snow’s line?

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                • LA Pork Butt
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                  Hey, Soonerpop I live in Dallas. Maybe we should plan to link up even if I am. longhorn pop. What do you cook on? If my memory is correct it is BGE like I do.

                • Soonerpop
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                  No egg for me. PBJ, kettles. Give me a PM shout, we can meet for lunch.

                #14
                On another note, we could have a meat-up here some time it looks like. Yep, Ogunquit, Maine. Saw this place yesterday and made a u-turn in the middle of the road to get the pic. Smokey B’s Gin Mill. So, I check out the menu on line. First drink on the cans menu is White Claw. I’m pretty sure there were no White Claws to be found in Rockdale, TX. The first drink on the drinks menu was a Pink Gin Teaser. I wouldn’t touch one of those with one of YOUR ten foot poles. In a barbecue joint! So, I’m not feeling it about this place. Pulled pork & baby backs, chicken tenders. Brisket burnt ends but no brisket! Don’t understand that. Might be wonderful, but it ain’t Snow’s.
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