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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
Pretty cool little trailer, but hella expensive for what it us.
hell, I just called around, Tire tracks does it for $15.57 and disposes of the old tire even!
by the time I drag the trailer to your house, and drink enough beer to learn how to use the machine, I will have spent more than the $63.. haha
that little trailer is cool, there is a thread here , I think in shiney things that has cool trailers and that was one of the neater designs.
how do you know its expensive? I looked at the web site, didn't see a price listed
no one can just type the price out?
not gonna waste my FAP agn looking for it..oh well
scroll down look at the right corner.
but dont forget shipping
I had Stovebolt of Ruptured Buzzard fame stop at my place last evening. He was on his way to Virginia from Rachel, Nevada and had just finished circumnavigating the desert around Area 51. He said "No alien probing occurred" I have my doubts.
Anyway, I've been talking with Stovey on line for about 4 years now. Up until last evening I never had the pleasure of meeting him.
Really a nice guy but he rides a "white" cool aid bike...blech. Anyway, we had a nice visit and I fed him breakfast and he was on his way.
After Stovey left I headed over to Mossy Creek to meet Doc and spoon on my birthday tire. Like Doc said, no flats! Miraculous eh? Thanks Doc for the tire and helping me mount it.
I may have to try and hit you up Thursday if it will work.
If you are on a PC, just clone it. Do not use any "Windows" product or you will be hiring a computer guru to fix it unless Matt can do it.
I have SSD's & regular HD's on mine. I I can clone them just fine with 'HDClone' Google it.... The price is great.
If you really trash it, I know guy in Russellville who is a super guru. Let me know.
Not me gus, my son handles all of my tech issues.
Home again, home again, jiggety jig.
Oh? Were ya gone?
Interesting recipe Matt. A fellow at County Line BBQ in Austin once gave me a very similar description, but it involved Lone Star (yuk) and a snort of JD instead of vodka. Purists in TX deny that is how they do it, but the oven is how they (and tons of other places) keep up with volume. Their oven time was longer and cooler, wrapped in plastic oven wrap. They'll deny it all, of course.
The slicing of the meat before the long cook is a new twist, but cuts cooking time a ton. Interesting. I may give it a shot with a nice little flat I have from a recently butchered Angus in the freezer.
Tim, its easily the best ( most rewarding) and by far the easiest to prepare of the various methods I have tried.
Ive got an electric smoker, an offset box wood fired cooker.... Ive done it lots of ways, this is the easiest, and has produced the best results thus far.
I think you are right with the slicing it, you wil be surprised how moist, and tender it is. I know I was the first time.
As bad as I hate to admit it, this recipe came from my mother.
Thank you Bobby Flay and Jon Burrows...and for our next course.......
All OK here at my place. Although there were a lot of trees down in our subdivision. I had branches galore in my back deck and yard. Tornado touched down thru Metro Park right by the Loft Hotel on 52nd Street which is the road just west of I540. Tore the roof off of an alergy clinic and did some damage in a residential area just west of it. Two people were slightly injured when it spun the car they were in around. It crossed I540 from what I hear on the news. I haven't actually seen the damage but I guess you can see the path pretty well.
Ahhh... I feel the Love.
We missed you Harry.
Are you camping?