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What a great time and a feast fit for royalty. We had deep fried turkey by Arctic Dave, Smoked brisket and pork by Bill and great side dishes by everyone. Thank you Bill, what a great way to get to meet my cyber friends in person. A grand time was had by all.........

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It was indeed a great time and food was outstanding, ALL OF IT and I also thank everyone that took the time to make all the great food.

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We had a great time. It was good to see everyone who made it. The food was fantastic! The pork roast Bill smoked was so tender it melted in your mouth

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It looks like I missed a great time.

Till the next time,

Patrick .....

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Man, it was a feast and a half on Sat.!
Had a really good time in spite of the skunk for dad and I.

The outings are a blast.

Had a good time talking with El doreto about wood working and jewerly making.

Thanks for putting it on Bill.

Hope you find your nug :(
Tom H.

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Bill ... Real sorry I missed this one. For sure for the next time. Glad all had a good time ... looks like Barbara would have been proud ... I'm sure she was there in spirit.

Mike F

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It was nice meeting everybody. Rode away with a full belly of great food. Thanks Bill for hosting a great event. Looking forward to next year.

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Mr Bill, whats this I hear,.....not again,.......I can't believe you "misplaced" another nug bottle.
Better keep a cap on that Fireball stuff !!! :tisk-tisk:

No wait I just figured it out, we need to get you one of those coily cord gizmos like they use at the casinos for the member cards then it will be attached to you an ya can't loose it
:evil1::yesss:

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Man, it was a feast and a half on Sat.!

Had a really good time in spite of the skunk for dad and I.

The outings are a blast.

Had a good time talking with El doreto about wood working and jewerly making.

Thanks for putting it on Bill.

Hope you find your nug :(

Tom H.

It was in the coach Tom and safely at home now... :arrowheadsmiley:

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I really need to make it to one of these some time.

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Great turnout.

It was good talking with everyone and the food was delicious!!! Thanks to all who provided.

I really enjoyed sitting around the campfire proudly sharing the story on how I found a crevis tool.

Only to be "One Upped" by Adam & Boulderdash, between the two of them I think they found 732 nuggets.

Shep had his Cabo, and Tommy had his Moonshine. Seeing as how I don't drink anymore, I just sat back and observed the shenanigans.

Good times for sure! :-)

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Yeah sure Blake, when did ya quit? :ROFL:

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he did not say he drinks less...just not any more...maybe beerman will have a name change-sodaman????

too bad for me that I missed this outing.

fred

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Looked like a great time! Wish I could of made it...

Did everyone get the skunk?

Surely Boulderdash came up with something, right?

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Yea had a grate time good food good drinks and good ppl can't go wrong

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Adam, Boulder, and I got gold, not sure who else....

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That'll be the day when Blake sits back on amything. Enjoy it, yes he did as we all did and i want to thank Bill for putting it on in rememberence of Barbarba. She was watching the goings on for sure and I think was pleased. Anyone that didn't get enough to eat at this one must have overslept because there was plenty to be had and everything was so good. Great time and great people.

Old Tom

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I got some flakes, my specialty! Also some mild brain damage from Tommie's apple pie-flavored moonshine. Thanks to Tom Sr. for making me breakfast, and to everyone who contributed to making this a special weekend.

Jean

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A pleasure Jean. I took some of your potato salid home and have been feasting on it all week, just like mom made. I haven't stopped in to get some of that Moonshine that Tommie brought but still intend to. That was a neat campfire the last night, can't remember the last time I laughed so hard. Wade, Adam, and Blake were in a rare mood. Might of had something to do with 'The Volcano Fire'.

Old Tom

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Old Tom What was the Volcano Fire thing? I saw it in a photo but puzzled, If I make it next time I'll bring some of my home made champagne. I'll try to bring a good month/year. :tisk-tisk::2mo5pow::D AzNuggetBob

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Bob, It was a couple of old hollowed out logs that I had brought. We got a little tight and Tom was playing around with the fire and piled the hollowed logs on top of one another and it looked like a volcano or Bessemer Converter so we named it the 'Volcano Fire'. We stared at it and drank more beer and 'Moonshine' that Tommie brought and laughed all the harder. Too bad for the folks that camped close to the fire ring. That was Blake but he was part of the problem so I guess that evened out.

Try not to bring anything that was made yesterday although I don't think it would have mattered to us after a while. We talked about you but you weren't there to defend yourself so you were fair game :yesss: . Gad man you would be an asset to the party.

Old Tom :old:

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Bob, It was a couple of old hollowed out logs that I had brought. We got a little tight and Tom was playing around with the fire and piled the hollowed logs on top of one another and it looked like a volcano or Bessemer Converter so we named it the 'Volcano Fire'. We stared at it and drank more beer and 'Moonshine' that Tommie brought and laughed all the harder. Too bad for the folks that camped close to the fire ring. That was Blake but he was part of the problem so I guess that evened out.

Try not to bring anything that was made yesterday although I don't think it would have mattered to us after a while. We talked about you but you weren't there to defend yourself so you were fair game :yesss: . Gad man you would be an asset to the party.

Old Tom :old:

Thanks old Tom
It seems like everyone had a great time. how can you go wrong with great people,great food and the prefered topic is Gold! not to mention a little booz to liven things up. my grape wine is a little higher octane than most,I add corn starch and a lot of sugar.
(don't tell anyone it's a trade secret)
it sneaks up on ya. :2drink: I'll bring the good stuff with a little dust on the bottle. I gotta try some of that shine Tommie makes.
That Volcano fire looks like a ram jet engine, Im surprised the flame wasn't blue coming out the top.
AzNuggetBob

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Heck we can throw an outing together for the wine alone.... :ROFL:

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