First bbq in the new home!

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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby CaptJack » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:13 am

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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby Boots » Sun Oct 14, 2018 3:36 pm

Congrats Dragon, just picked up on this, very happy for you and the family.

As for “still situating” I can testify to that. First house I opened the last moving box... wait for it...16 years after moving in when we went to move into house #2 and I found a couple of boxes up in the attic on my last “sweep” of the house prior to handing the keys off to the new owner.

House #2 we did much better, cracked open the last box (found in a back room closet) 5 years after moving in...progress!
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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby Txdragon » Sun Oct 14, 2018 9:28 pm

Boots wrote:Congrats Dragon, just picked up on this, very happy for you and the family.

As for “still situating” I can testify to that. First house I opened the last moving box... wait for it...16 years after moving in when we went to move into house #2 and I found a couple of boxes up in the attic on my last “sweep” of the house prior to handing the keys off to the new owner.

House #2 we did much better, cracked open the last box (found in a back room closet) 5 years after moving in...progress!

Hahaha! Thank you, sir! We still had a couple boxes in our shed that we hadn't gotten into since we moved to our last place near 3 years ago, so I can relate there. Lol!
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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby spacetrucker » Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:31 pm

good lookin bones whishin you many more :cheers:
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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby woodenvisions » Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:52 pm

Awesome ribs and congratulations on your new house. Take a deep breath, grab a cold 24 ( clearing throat ) I mean a 6 pack and do a little at a time.
Its not going anywhere so don't chase it :):)


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Re: First bbq in the new home!

Postby Txdragon » Tue Oct 16, 2018 5:40 am

woodenvisions wrote:Awesome ribs and congratulations on your new house. Take a deep breath, grab a cold 24 ( clearing throat ) I mean a 6 pack and do a little at a time.
Its not going anywhere so don't chase it :):)
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Thanks! Honestly, I think I've only cracked open 2 cold ones so far. But, it has been rainy this past week and I've only been able to accomplish small tasks outside.

spacetrucker wrote:good lookin bones whishin you many more :cheers:

Thanks, trucker!
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