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The Quest for Chili.... Big Bend in November - The Report

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:tab We need to do a BIG camping event, somewhere that will be most likely to draw a large group, then have a camp cook off ;-) You, Cagiva549, Tx Rider and a few others could compete in the TWT Camp Cook Smackdown :lol2: Maybe the TWT Iron Chef?
 
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:tab We need to do a BIG camping event, somewhere that will be most likely to draw a large group, then have a camp cook off ;-) You, Cagiva549, Tx Rider and a few others could compete in the TWT Camp Cook Smackdown :lol2: Maybe the TWT Iron Chef?
I would be willing to donate my time for the good of the TWTEX community and be one of the judges :eat:
 
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My Turn

Day One

I had been working on my bike the weekend before the trip

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and disconnected the battery and forgot to change the time....so I was LATE. and I didn't even know it until the day of riding was almost over and something was mentioned, but I think that's pretty good that only one thing was mentioned....however, I had a real problem with time this whole trip.....and it wasn't that I was always late. :trust:

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The trip out was so misty and dark, that was basically all I could see. Had to keep wiping my windscreen


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It got better and better though, and since we were on the move to get there before dusk, we didn't waste time and just slabbed it down so it's not that interesting but it is effective.


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We had to stop for gas a lot more than expected since I was running faster than average and fully loaded and gas stations are few and far between during some parts of this trip, but the views are loverly.

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The scenery started changing and we started to feel like we really were in the hill country of Texas. It's such a nice change from the flat and boring streets closer to Houston. It was wonderful actually getting to the place where all the fun starts.


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We got there to find Bill and Brandy there and setting up for dinner...YUM! May I just say I love camping anywhere near Bill? Moose, Yogi, Chris and I set up our tents and got down to eating burgers and or dogs. I ended up going to bed early that night....so tired and ready to rest. I slept so well that night too, of course, I didn't know about the maurading javalinas yet either.
 
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Day Two

I couldn't sleep any more and it was already 6:30. I mean how long do people need to sleep? All the food was in the food locker which happened to be beside the cook's tent (aka Bill) I heard "shoo pig!" and had to giggle. I was working on making coffee and Bill and crew (aka Brandy) got up to start making breakfast...and I must say that was the best french toast I've ever had (this being my first sampling) and it was the best french toast Brandy had ever made (also her first time to make it).

Soon after breakfast, we all got ready for our first day. It was going to be a light one since we wanted to sneak by the Terlingua Chili Festival before the day was out.

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The camera had to wake up too ..lol.

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The day was beautiful and the views were spectacular. My camera can't do justice to what we saw.

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We stopped for gas at Study Butte and met Beemerchef and Spirit there by chance. Had a nice little visit too.

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Then we went to the Teralingua Ghost Town for a few souvenirs. No Pictures for me..and we went on to this nice overlook.

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We did run across some wildlife....horses that had to cross in front of Tom

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We saw the teepees flying by...no stopping yet.

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and the overlook....yay!!

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and billy goat, Tom

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Then, back on the bikes and into Presidio and El Patio for lunch..yum!

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saw a really cool car...and before you ask, all I know is that is was red

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The food was wondeful, most of us had the special there and I'm a new fan of the chili relleno. It was really really good food. On the way back, we went by the Chili cookoff, for a photo op, my battery was dead by then though. Squeaky got it in her report though. Some of the group went on dirt after that and the rest of us went to the Chisos Basin.

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another fun car

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I started really getting the hang of the tight twisties and the higher speeds so on the way back from the Chisos Basin, I got at the end of the faster group and zip zipped all the way home. That was so much fun and I think I surprised even myself at how great that felt and how confidant I felt. It was such a good day!!
Then back home for a late night of talking and laughing. I was one of the last into bed and as I was drifting off, I heard Brandy saying "Mollie, is that you again?" LOL NOPE! That was a real javalina
 
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Man... I wanna go camping with Bill!! :eat:
No doubt, when is the next DS ride.:trust: We need to get the Warrior together with the camping and cooking setup of Cagiva549 and the awesome sausage making skills of James Cain and we are set.:eat: Awesome reports you all, I need to get out West. Squeaky I loved the final video, you need to get into the video making business, I was inspired.
 

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OK... My turn I guess.

Ever have one of those trips where try as you might... things just seem to hic'up, despite the best of intentions? Well... that was my trip.

Wednesday, also Halloween, was a pretty easy day for work. I had a meeting that morning near the house which lasted through lunch, and then the rest of the day was for me to do as I pleased. So I head to the house, and give the KLR a bath as well as my truck and then ride the KLR around a little bit while it dried. And to make sure that my recent maintenance (Sprockets, Chain, Tire, Oil & Bath) left me with no surprises. Satisfied that the green machine was good to go, I loaded it on the trailer and strapped it down.

Next was the GS. I take it off its center stand from its home in my garage and I hear a funny, “tink… tink… tink…” of metal bouncing off the bike and concrete. Well it turns out that a pivot bolt that secures the center stand had sheared leaving its threaded end well in place.

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So on the trailer it goes, (with out a bath), and on to the near by dealership to see if they can help me. Sure enough they can, and I am back at the house.

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I finish packing up and making ready for the trip, and go inside to try and take a nap. As I am to meet up with Squeaky & tjbrandt50 around 9:30 tonight.

Between the phone and Trick or Treater's I was unable to get my nap that I wanted, but I did rest. So around 8:15 or so I leave the house, top of the tanks with diesel and make my way over to where Squeaky works. Where I meet tjbrand50 and he and I load up his & Squeaky bikes. Squeaky of course shows up just as we are finishing up and lends a hand (pickture her clapping).:clap:

When she told me that she would be in her PJ's I intially thought that she was joking... but as you can see she was not.

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We get everything secured and hit the road. We make it all of 9 miles or so and I notice a strap already working it's way loose, so we stop. That went over like a lead balloon... All fixed and away we go. We make it all the way to San Antonio without incident, but for our exit being closed due to construction which took a couple of minutes to sort out. But no real difficulties. We continue onward to Junction where we make a pit stop, get coffee/sodas & sugary snacks.

Now as you have read earlier I did have a bit of a fuel delivery issue. I don't want to say that I ran out... as I had been watching my fuel pretty closely ever since the low fuel warning light came on too early in our trip. You see, I have 2 tanks, a Main and an Auxillary, together I can go 900/1000 miles when not pulling anything. Anddepending on which trailer I have hiched up and how heavilly loaded I can go 500 to 800 miles. I had budgeted 650 or so with the load I had this night. So my planned fuel stop was Fort Stockton. As I pulled into the truck stop and I do mean while my drivers side door was right beside the fuel pumps, albeit on the wrong side of the pumps, fuel is no longer delivered to the injectors. I will refrain from repeating the pleasantries that I spoke to my truck mates that morning. But lets just say that Mother would be very disappointed in me. Fortunately I was able to get help from a couple of different sources and Jaime (HY-MIE), had me fixed up in no time. Total time spent (minus fueling up), was around 30 minutes without forward progress.

Anyway after all is said and done we arrive the campground 1:00 later than what was projected when we left Houston. Not too bad I don't think.

We unload the bikes... only to find out that my KLR will not start. This just beats all. That bike was running fine prior to leaving houston. Heck it ran fine just about every weekend since I bought that thing last July. I am at a loss for words. So no bad dirt roads for me this weekend.

Oh well. This riding in a group thing may be fun too.

We take a nap... well we take many small naps due to chasing the shade. For it to have been in the low 40's driving into the park. It did not take long for it to warm up. We eventually wake up and go ride a little.

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We ride over towards Boquillas Canyon where we take turns hamming it up for the camera.

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I couldn't resist taking this shot of tjbrandt50 taking a shot of Squeaky.

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I wonder how many folks actually make donations?

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We leave the canyon and head over to the Hot Springs. Prior to heading down the road Squeaky and I both ask tjbrandt50 if he was comfortable riding it and he didn't even flintch, "Lets Go, I am following you two!". So off we go.

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Who knew that a Connie was also a dual sport bike?

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We make it to the parking area, without issues, and I think everyone enjoyed the curvey, bumpy, rocky, road that allegedly has some pretty big cliffs on it.

Here are Squeaky and tjbrandt50 infrom of the giant palms...

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From here we walked down to the hot springs and and then hiked out. When we remounted we decided to ride up to the basin and watch the sun set. Truthfully I was wanting to get a bite to eat, and even though I was told that DFW_Warrior would be cooking for all, I did not feel comfortable free loading like that. So we go get a bite to eat and then road back to the camp site where to my surprise everyone else was there, waiting on us... and DFW_Warrior was COOKING FOR EVERYONE!

I guess for the second day I was having too much fun riding the roads to take too many pictures. Here is a pic of DFW_Warrior at canyon pull out on 170.

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The little town where we ate lunch

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While in Presidio I ran over to a Autozone and bought a new battery for the KLR and then rejoined the group. We rode 170 again back to the park, but made a quick stop here...

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After we had our "Been There" shot with the camera's we road on to the park gate. I let Squeaky know that I was not going to follow the group up to the basin, but was going to ride Old Maverick Road... She said that she wanted to follow me too. So off we go.

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We stopped at Luna's Jacal and talked about how it must have been like for him all those years.

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Then for no real reason other than to see what was there we made our way down to the Terlingua Abajo. I must say that this was a very challenging road with wash outs and boulders and yes tree limbs.... But all we found was this when we got to the end.

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So we did the Griswald thing and then made our way back up to the trail and picked up the Old Maverick Road again. Eventually, a little dusty, but no worse for wear we make the end.

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Well I say that we made it no worse for wear... but there is a story here. You see, Old Maverick Road exits just north of Saint Elena Canyon. So we head down to the scenic look over and again do the griswald. It is getting pretty late in the day, and I am wanting to get back to camp to enjoy DFW_Warriors cooking. So I make my way through the gears rather smartly and having a ball leaning and twisting on Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive. Every once in a while I would slow up and Squeaky would catch back up. Then I would go again. Well this one time that I got to a straight away to hold up and check on my riding partner... she was not immediately coming up on my like she has done previously. So I turn around and go just a little ways and we meet each other. So I turn back around and I catch up to her in the twistys to see a pretty funny thing. He license plate flopping in the wind like a kid with a dead rat on a string tied to a stick. It took a little while for her to realize I was telling her to STOP as she was despirately trying to motion me to go on. So she stops, and I politely put her plate in in pannier and hopped back on my bike. Not really certain she knew exactly what I was doing. I must say that I was laughing pretty hard.

The last day of riding took us up the road to Fort Davis.

Here we are making our way there...

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And of course I had to take the obligatory picture in front of Jeff Davis County Courthouse.

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We all had a great lunch at the "Drug Store" in Fort Davis and the ride up to the Observatory. While we were there I thought I was having a flash back to being a kid in front of a black and white TV... But it was different some how??

Shamille, Shomazzile Houseenfieffer Incorpated ...

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On the way back to camp I make a new friend...

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We all had a good time telling stories reminiscing the weekend and enjoying DFW_Warriors catering, and Beemerchef's tales.

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Then it was time to say goodnight & good bye's to all and hit the sack as we all had a long ride tomorrow.

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For me this was a trip to be remembered thats for sure. Thanks for letting me tag along.

Duke
 
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If anyone else wants to add to the thread I started over on that "other" forum, please feel free: here
 
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Hi Sqeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaky...

This is autostich also... 3 pictures...



actually it is Canon Photostich... a little too narrow...

Be well...

Ara & Spirit
 
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Day Three

I didn't sleep nearly as well so I was up early again but this was our long day of riding so I wasn't even trying to be quiet this morning. We were treated to another wonderful cooked breakfast by Bill with help from Brandy and the breakfast making routines are refined.

Our plan today, find the soda shop and eat there and go to the Observatory. Bill kept saying he was riding at the speed he wanted and not to feel like we had to keep up, that we would stop and hook up at certain intersections. That plan worked really well and we used it the next day too.

Beautiful day again, wonderful food and way too much of it and ..... strange goings on at the Observatory.

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The "Soda Shop"
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YUM...yum
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The Observatory
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On the way back down, I love this part of the state.....

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no hands???

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more scenery

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and that is when my camera died.





On the way back, we stopped at the grocery store for steak....yep...steak! We had company (beemerchef and spirit) that night too. I got so spoiled on this trip. Camping can't always be this much fun, right?

I was glad not to have to go home the next day, unlike half our group. I was sorry to be losing some of the funnest people I can imagine being with. Thank you Bill, Brandy, Squeaky and Duke!!!

As much fun as I had, I was really worried about the Javalinas...so going to the "bug-free, varmit-free" campsite in Banderra the next day was gonna be awesome.
 

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and ..... strange goings on at the Observatory.
Whew! I thought you were going to post the OTHER picture inside the observatory! :giveup:

Camping can't always be this much fun, right?
I'd like to think it can! :rider:

I was glad not to have to go home the next day, unlike half our group. I was sorry to be losing some of the funnest people I can imagine being with. Thank you Bill, Brandy, Squeaky and Duke!!!
Aww, rubbing it n that you got more riding time, but following it up with such a sweet compliment! :clap:

:lol2:
 
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Day Four

I would say I got up way early, but the fact is, I never actually went to sleep. I was hearing huge pig noises outside... and I discovered one or two things. Either javalinas are really fast and avoid pictures....or Tom's tent makes pig shaped shadows so I was trying to scare off pigs in the night and I couldn't wait to start the day.

Shoo Pig!!!
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I didn't actually see them but I think I heard them
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and pig-shaped shadows don't photograph..lol
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When I did wake up, it was to discover that Yogi didn't feel all that hot and our "early morning departure" was either gonna be delayed or we'd have to go on without him. No one wanted that, so we waited to see if he decided to come with us or to ride with Duke and Squeaky and thankfully, he started to feel better.

We left first, and rode until we got to the Pecos River observation area and took some loverly pictures. OH, did I mention that it was Tom, Chris, Moose and Yogi riding with me?

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Once we left there, the scenery changed again and we were back where there were trees and hills

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and 337 and Mac and Ernies, which, of course, was closed on a Sunday

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I woke up early....this is kinda a theme here....and we ate at OST before hitting the fun roads nearby.

I'm sorry to say I didn't realize there was a big ol nassy bug on my lens so the next couple of pictures all turned out splotched.

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We were behind a slow moving group of cars on one of the "sisters" so we had a nice little chatterbox visit, didn't we, graeme?..hehehe. I think I talked his ear off. The plan today was just to have fun and ride around as much as we could and what surprised me the most was how much fun it was to go fast. I'd not really done that before but I wasn't feeling nervous at all and I kept surprising myself at how fast I could go. I might have pushed it a little bit but nothing bad happened.


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I did manage to clean the bug off but soon after this, I was going too fast to take pictures, which is the problem with a lot of reports about riding the "three sisters"

We had a great time and got back to the campground about dusk, having hit no dear....yay! We got ready to go to dinner and ended up eating really wonderful barbeque and then going to the bar across the street. We were such a tame group though, all kinda tired and so after only a little while, we all headed back.

The plan for the next day was to get up early and get loaded up to come back to houston and I distinctly remember asking, "what time is too early to wake you?" and the answer was to just wake them up as I got ready. The only thing I really wanted to happen was to get all my gear loaded by myself and have it all fit. I may have been a little stressed about not holding everyone up.


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:ponder: 'splain please... :scratch:
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Nothing to see here. Move along... :yawn:

Dang... where was I?... HOW DID I MISS THIS?.. and who taking admission at the door?
You were looking at the big shiny telescope. :lol2:

The only thing I really wanted to happen was to get all my gear loaded by myself and have it all fit. I may have been a little stressed about not holding everyone up.
See - another reason to have me around. I am slower than everyone to get ready, so you'd have been fine. ;-)
 
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Ummmmm I've been patienty waiting for the rest of the reports and pics

YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE

Ya got a 4 day weekend - get yer hinnys offen the couch and get this thing put to bed
 
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Oops.... I guess I never got around to uploading any photos!!! Sorry about that!

Anyway, I have a surprise for everyone that went on the trip. But I will need all your mailing addresses so I can mail them out to you. Either that or you all can come to one of the DFW area Tuesday Meet and Greets and I can hand them to you in person. Your choice.

And I have to give major props to Brandy for pulling a lot of strings in order to arrange for me to even have these. It was a one time deal, and I doubt we could make it happen again. Thanks a million Brandy!!!!

Okay, now I'll go resize some pics to add up here.
 

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I made stuff for us all but maybe you haven't gotten yours yet? I sent it up with Chuck.
 
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Well, bad news about the pics... come to find out, they are all on my work computer (which is at work) so I won't be able to get them home until tomorrow.... But I'm hoping that maybe we can add a couple more posts to this thread before then just so we can move on to page 5....

It takes my computer about 5 minutes to load page 4 because of all the photos.... LOL
 
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LOL... I'm actually sitting here at home all day today. I caught some flu bug or something so I'm trying to get over it before Christmas. I've got the pics out in the truck on a thumb drive, but I can't seem to muster the effort to go out there. My blanky is nice and warm here in the house.
 

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Send Max. Put a raaaaaaally long leash on him so you ensure he comes back.
 
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No, but he would in a heartbeat. His only loyalty is to the first person he sees that might, just maybe have some food in their pockets.
 
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Better late than never... here are some of my pics!

Oh yeah, and if you haven't sent me your address than please do so. I have a gift for those of you that attended!!!!

Stopping in at the Shrimp Store on the way down....
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Lunch... YUM!!!
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Lunch time!!!
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Yes, Squeaky was eating at one of the best Mexican food places around and she ordered this....:loco:
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'Bout time

I thought I'd have to ride up to the frozen north and "persuade" you to post these (with B-B-Q of course):eat:

Merry Christmas Dude - see PM for my addy. It's not dog doo is it......my wife usually open parcels
 
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