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Old 05-19-2014, 08:10 PM   #16115
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Oh yeah - the Weber Q2000 came in too!! Pretty nice! Will have to use my wireless Maverick thermometer I have for the smoke if cooking by time and temp - lid down. No thermometer on the lid.... The 2200 has one. No issue really. All bases covered when it comes to cooking with fire!

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Old 05-19-2014, 08:42 PM   #16116
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Wait till he has to do an update on campground wifi.
1 H 10 minutes into it - 17% complete. This could take a while.... LOL.

Edit - Oh no - just realized - all along it said > 3 Hours.... Guess that's to be expected for Full Coverage of North America. - now 31% complete @ 9:23 pm Central Mutant Time.
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Old 05-19-2014, 08:46 PM   #16117
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Thanks Sarah - I got the stand too - should be here tomorrow. Also both covers - on stand full cover - and on table top grill only cover. Also the griddle. Man the grates weigh more than the grill Itself. It looks like it will put a char on a steak. We shall see. We shall see. Perhaps this weekend even...
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Old 05-19-2014, 09:33 PM   #16118
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Hey Jim - been meaning to call and check on Ginny - bit saw a post her eye was doing better. She needs to wear goggles like I need to wear rib protectors.

Take care and let's have a little dinner when y'all get back.
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Hey Jim - been meaning to call and check on Ginny - bit saw a post her eye was doing better. She needs to wear goggles like I need to wear rib protectors.
Oh no! Don't do that. If you put on protection you'll think you're invincible and get yourself into even WORSE trouble. Better that you both just be cautious.
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Oh no! Don't do that. If you put on protection you'll think you're invincible and get yourself into even WORSE trouble. Better that you both just be cautious.
Perhaps both would be in order for a little while. Caution is good - but seat belts and air bags are too!
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Steve we'll give you a little time to perfect your Weber 2000cooking before we head down for steaks!

The normal is already occurring, thus far 4 uninvited guest have announced they'll see us at the lake this week end. They didNt seem deterred that there was no extra bed our floor space for them. Last year ther was a total of 10 unexpected guest! At least the fishing has been good so they'll eat fish! Mary says we are hitting the road once we get back from the lake, we don't have the unexpected guest there!
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Steve we'll give you a little time to perfect your Weber 2000cooking before we head down for steaks!
Tim - still time to correct your choice of wrong word above - "for steaks" should be "with steaks" - and no need to wait. Come on down!! Might I suggest you use KSCrudes butcher shop.
They have great bacon wrapped filets!! LOL
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Oh yeah - the Weber Q2000 came in too!! Pretty nice! Will have to use my wireless Maverick thermometer I have for the smoke if cooking by time and temp - lid down. No thermometer on the lid.... The 2200 has one. No issue really. All bases covered when it comes to cooking with fire!

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Hey Steve I have that same grill and I can attest that you will love it.
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Hey Steve I have that same grill and I can attest that you will love it.
Thanks Herb. Can't wait to give her a go. She's a goer eh. Ha! we will be playing the uniquely American game of pitting car dealers against each other on Memorial Day weekend. Should be fun. Gonna let the Honda CRV salesman go a few rounds with the GMC Terrain salesman. Should be fun - so wish is luck!
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Oh one of my favorite games! Good luck.
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MEN: I'm going to relate a story my brother told me regarding I have two boys, and he has two girls for children. Every time he used the bathroom he would leave the toilet seat up and the girls plus his wife would get on him hollering, "Dad, put the seat down." So one day as he was standing there pondering, when he finished he put both the seat and the lid down. A few days later he was asked why he was putting both the seat and the lid down on the toilet.

He replied, "If I have to lift one, so do you!"

My brother is almost as smart as I am, but in this case I copy his words of wisdom any where I go.

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Ah, so well I remember when I was on DSL and trying to update the map on the TomTom. It was a 4 hour deal. The good thing was that if it was interrupted it would start over where it left off. now that I'm on cable the time is 30-40 minutes at the most.

herb, Earlene wants me to let you know that I still have curb appeal. (Wish I could make this font smaller)
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MEN: I'm going to relate a story my brother told me regarding I have two boys, and he has two girls for children. Every time he used the bathroom he would leave the toilet seat up and the girls plus his wife would get on him hollering, "Dad, put the seat down." So one day as he was standing there pondering, when he finished he put both the seat and the lid down. A few days later he was asked why he was putting both the seat and the lid down on the toilet.

He replied, "If I have to lift one, so do you!"

My brother is almost as smart as I am, but in this case I copy his words of wisdom any where I go.



Ah, so well I remember when I was on DSL and trying to update the map on the TomTom. It was a 4 hour deal. The good thing was that if it was interrupted it would start over where it left off. now that I'm on cable the time is 30-40 minutes at the most.

herb, Earlene wants me to let you know that I still have curb appeal. (Wish I could make this font smaller)



Rofl! I haven't forgotten your curb appeal.
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Well Herb, it relates to going to Golden Coral tonight, and that's all I'm going to say about it.
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