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Commander Cody
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transfered to stanthorpe

Post by Commander Cody » Tue Nov 03, 2009 1:01 pm

AHHHHHHG.

bugger i have been informed that i am being transfered to stanthorpe to fix things up there.....not looking forward to winter.

being a brizzie born and bred i need my comfortable winters....not to worry....there is good in this yet.

i think i might have landed in smokers' heaven....just stop and think...apple woood, cherry wood and grape vines...all for the asking. 8)

i am thinking but, i might pop some eyeballs as i tow the LANG through town, with the rest of the family (me BBQs people) on the back of me ute.... :lol:

hey snabb, mick and glen i might have some pecan up for grabs fellas.....just need enough to get me through the first couple of cook-outs.

now, my biggest fear apart from the bloody cold, which, thankfully is not for a little while yet, is, does anyone know of of bloody good butcher up there???? i have just trained mine up and now i am having to track down a new one in strange terrritory....

oh the adventures of the QUE 8)

kevin
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Re: transfered to stanthorpe

Post by Smokey » Tue Nov 03, 2009 2:16 pm

Bugger about that, Yehaw about the prospect of apple and other new wood.
Hmmmmm Pecan, Id be happy to share amongst.
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Re: transfered to stanthorpe

Post by bbqmad » Tue Nov 03, 2009 3:25 pm

sorry about your move Kev - all ways look on the bright side theres bound to be some positives hhmmmm fruitwood regarding the pecan i would be more than happy to share with others if thats o.k. with you.

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Re: transfered to stanthorpe

Post by Snab » Wed Nov 04, 2009 8:18 am

Ah man thats no good but the silver lining of those new woods sounds sweet. Count me in for that pecan tho ;)
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