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BBQchef33
11-08-2012, 07:55 PM
Folks, i know this is short notice, but as our intentions were to start next weekend, we discovered today that there is an immediate, somewhat urgent need for hot meals in Long Beach.

Long beach is one of the most devastated locations on Long Island. We have discovered that the first responders there have not had hot meals in nearly a week and there are between 3-4000 people still trying to clean up.

Working with WBAB and Hope for Warriors, we have secured a location to stage our pitmasters to prepare hot meals for the first responders and families that are down there.

Long Beach City Hall
1 West Chester Street
Long Beach NY

We contacted OBR tonight and they have jumped onboard. Awesome organization! First words from jeff were, WE ARE READY! OBR will be working with local meat markets to supply meats and supplies as well as RD and some local businesses. Anticipated menu will be butts, chickens, pork loins, sausage, burgers, dogs, soups and chili.

We need volunteers to prep, cook and wrap. We also need equipment, as well as fuel(wood).. We are working on getting as much transported to the site as possible, but may need folks to do pickups for us too.

Hope for Warriors will be down tomorrow to start cooking, BBQ Brethren will be down starting Saturday morning.

We need volunteers, if your available this weekend to help out in any way, please post here.. or call 631-24SMOKE.

This is a letter sent to local teams last night.

BBQ Teams, Judges and friends.

In the Spirit of The BBQ Brethren, we need your help. We need cooks, pitmasters and prep/serving help to man a disaster relief effort for Victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The BBQ Brethren is teaming up with WBAB, OBR, Help for The Warriors and the VFW to aid the Long Island Victims of Hurricane Sandy. Where many of us were simply inconvenienced with the loss of power, there are so many that have lost much more. Our fellow Long Islanders are sifting thru the remains of their homes, living in shelters and are unsure of their own futures. I know our BBQ Community, and we are not ones to idly stand by while this happens all around us. In the grand scheme of things we cannot do much, but we CAN help, with our talents and passion for BBQ, we can COOK! We can offer a hot meal to those that have been eating in shelters or out of cans in their cold homes.

We have secured locations in Lindenhurst and Long Beach to act as staging areas for our efforts. As BBQ cooks and competitors, we have the needed talent and ability to feed huge amounts of folks with little effort. We need pits and pitmasters that can donate some time, equipment and talent to feed those that are in trouble. An amazing effort was organized by Santa Frank and Ashton Saber from the Grill Scouts. Members from 3 of our teams, Grim Reaper Smokers, Blazing Butts and the Grill Scouts along with Chef Derrick Prince from Master Chef Season 2, spent 4 days in Babylon Village and prepared 12,000 meals! Yes, 12,000 meals!!!. Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners for 4 days straight. An amazing feat, and they were met by an outpouring of support from the local community and business as they brought in a steady stream of donations to keep the effort moving. We are very proud of their efforts and hope to keep the momentum moving. We are trying to set up similar efforts in Both Lindenhurst and Long beach. If 3 teams can do that, imagine the impact we can have with 10 or 15. But we need your help.

This email is to gauge the level of support we may be able to achieve to determine if we can do one or both sites. Please check your schedules, see if you can help us. We would like to set up either this weekend or the following weekend. Friday Saturday and Sunday. We are working on getting the Meats and supplies donated, and what we need are people to prep, cook and wrap the meals for distribution. Please, if you can help us, respond to this email with a possible schedule or time frames. Let us know what you can do, even if its something offsite, or simply donate to the effort.

BBQ Brethren will be kicking off the effort with a $1000 to get us off the ground. If you wish to contribute, The Paypal.com account is helpingourlongisland@bbq-brethren.net. All proceeds will go to purchases for the relief effort. Any remaining will go directly to OBR.

These staging areas will also be accepting goods and supplies for victims in the affected areas for pickup by the victims, or for distribution to those locally by National Guard and emergency services. We need blankets, jackets, baby supplies, personal hygiene/care items and cleaning items. A drop off location has been established at 1930 Veterans highway, Suite 7, Islandia(just south of Dave and Busters).

I sincerely thank you for considering this, and hope, with your help, we can make this a successful relief effort to bring some warmth and help to those whose lives have been turned upside down. If there are any questions, please don't hesitate to email or call me at 631-404-0866.

Thank you all

Phil Rizzardi
Founder
The BBQ Brethren Inc.
1930 Veterans Highway
Islandia, NY 11749

motoeric
11-08-2012, 08:26 PM
For those that haven't had an opportunity to participate in a cook like this, working under Santa and Snarky (Brethren members), some teams cooked in Babylon on Sunday to Tuesday and we pushed out over 10,000 meals for those in need.

It was incredibly fulfilling to be able to do something, regardless of scale, in the face of the suffering due to the storm.

I'll be there Saturday and I hope to see as many Brethren there as possible.

Eric

MikeR
11-08-2012, 08:31 PM
I'm in. Trying to bring some of the same help I had with me last weekend. See you there.

Bob S
11-08-2012, 08:39 PM
I'm in with Laura and Frank!

bbqbull
11-08-2012, 08:39 PM
I cannot attend but donated again tonite to OBR.
God Bless you all.

snarky
11-08-2012, 08:40 PM
I'll be there on Saturday, trying for Sunday. This is such an incredible project! I have two friends in Long Beach who have lost everything, they have both been staying there, reaching out and helping the community! When I told Lauren what the brethren arranged she just started to cry with relief! Thank you all!!

bbqbull
11-08-2012, 09:01 PM
Give Lauren a hug from my wife and I

BasicPatrick
11-08-2012, 11:06 PM
Phil...I have been communicating with multiple people involved with OBR seeking a cook site to work this weekend. Chris Hart & Jon Orr both have communications going on people wanting to volunteer.

I want to commit to a site asap. I can leave MA Sat AM and be on site Sat late afternoon and stay through monday afternoon. I can just drive a vehicle with or without some equipment, make pickups and provide labor etc. I could also pull the 6 x 10' x 7' interior trailer with the FEC & Traeger.

I am in a conference all day Friday but text or call me 781-771-8374

I have friends in the Lindenhurst area

TailGateJoecom
11-09-2012, 12:39 AM
I'm down to help out. I can bring my two grills and cook up a ton of whatever burgers/dogs you have as long as you have space for my pickup/16ft trailer. I was in Staten Island doing that last weekend.

Just give me info on time and who if anyone i need to check in with when I arrive. I am available for this Saturday.

Here was my setup last week.

http://www.tailgatejoe.com/wp-content/uploads/tailgatejoehurricanesandy6.jpg

http://www.tailgatejoe.com/wp-content/uploads/tailgatejoehurricanesandy4.jpg

R2Egg2Q
11-09-2012, 01:05 AM
I can't be there to help but I just contributed to the cause via PayPal to: helpingourlongisland@bbq-brethren.net

Good Luck Brethren!

JD McGee
11-09-2012, 07:59 AM
Donation sent to OBR here as well...

exhorns
11-09-2012, 08:16 AM
Phil, I am available tonight (Friday) and Sunday. Let me know where to be and anything I need to bring. I have a pickup so I can do some transporting if needed. 631-478-9573 Matt

big brother smoke
11-09-2012, 08:50 AM
Anyone heard from Sean (Muzzlebrake)? I tried texting him for rub shipment. Phil let me know , if you want me to send it to your house for next week.

Smokin J
11-09-2012, 09:17 AM
Me, Joe and Matt will be there all weekend, and we're bringing wood.

Joe also spoke with LI Firewood, and they are willing to donate some wood too. We just need to have it picked up from Jamesport. Does any one live near there that can pick it up on the way in to Long Beach tomorrow morning?

rxcellentq
11-09-2012, 10:05 AM
I can help Saturday.

Phil, I sent you a PM

motoeric
11-09-2012, 10:48 AM
For those that are asking what they can bring or how they can help:

I know that this is a crazy request with the gas situation being what it is, but if someone can bring a generator, that would help.

Eric

Westexbbq
11-09-2012, 10:54 AM
I have no generator, but of course I am in and will be there, not square.

BBQchef33
11-09-2012, 12:35 PM
We need tables, anyone has extra, bring them. Any bring your ezups, theres no shelter there.

BBQchef33
11-09-2012, 12:37 PM
Phil...I have been communicating with multiple people involved with OBR seeking a cook site to work this weekend. Chris Hart & Jon Orr both have communications going on people wanting to volunteer.

I want to commit to a site asap. I can leave MA Sat AM and be on site Sat late afternoon and stay through monday afternoon. I can just drive a vehicle with or without some equipment, make pickups and provide labor etc. I could also pull the 6 x 10' x 7' interior trailer with the FEC & Traeger.

I am in a conference all day Friday but text or call me 781-771-8374

I have friends in the Lindenhurst area


we will be working Long Beach, if your available, come on down. More hands make for light work... and a bigger party. :)

motoeric
11-09-2012, 12:40 PM
Not being so bright, I just realized that there might not be any food places nearby that are open (pizza, chinese, etc.) if they are out of power.

Any thoughts on us feeding us? I can pick up the ingredients for ABT's and some dinner type stuff if anyone is interested.

Eric

Wampus
11-09-2012, 12:40 PM
In your OP you said NEXT weekend. Are we talking about tomorrow or next Sat?

MikeR
11-09-2012, 12:56 PM
In your OP you said NEXT weekend. Are we talking about tomorrow or next Sat?
Intentions were for next weekend- cooking this weekend- tomorrow- in Long Beach.

KeithandLisa6
11-09-2012, 12:57 PM
My husband and I would like very much to volunteer our time tomorrow or Sunday. We can be reached by email at KeithandLisa6@gmail.com or by cell, mine (Lisa) is 631-252-5375 and his (Keith) is 631-804-5664. Look forward to helping ... thank you so much for this amazing effort.

Wampus
11-09-2012, 01:07 PM
Intentions were for next weekend- cooking this weekend- tomorrow- in Long Beach.

I'm a little slow today.

So you mean it WAS supposed to be next weekend, but it's NOW happening tomorrow and NOT next weekend?



Sorry for being slow.....



EDIT:
NEVER MIND..... I see now. Thanks.

timzcardz
11-09-2012, 01:12 PM
I'm a little slow today.

So you mean it WAS supposed to be next weekend, but it's NOW happening tomorrow and NOT next weekend?



Sorry for being slow.....



EDIT:
NEVER MIND..... I see now. Thanks.

YES! Saturday, November 10, 2012.

rxcellentq
11-09-2012, 01:35 PM
Has there been a solution to granting access for the volenteers. I was thinking the Mayor of Long Beach might be able to type a memo the you could post here and we could print.

motoeric
11-09-2012, 02:08 PM
I just heard back from our police liaison. We can access Long Beach via the Long Beach Bridge from Island Park.

If you have any problems, tell them that you are working with the BBQ people feeding the first responders at City Hall and that Officer Lee Nielsen is our contact.

Eric

KeithandLisa6
11-09-2012, 02:13 PM
Can someone tell me what time and what we can bring. My wife and I want to help.

KeithandLisa6
11-09-2012, 02:14 PM
Nevermind. Thx eric

Jeff Hughes
11-09-2012, 05:09 PM
Folks,

We have a major need for tomorrow. We need someone to drive an OBR funded rental truck down to Brick NJ, then to Coney Island, then to Staten Island, then to Long Island.

This run will redistribute much need product from Brick and Long Island to the new sites.

This is important, we really need someone to do this.

Thanks--Jeff Hughes
OBR Director, Western Region Operations

BasicPatrick
11-09-2012, 05:18 PM
Jeff,

That is a very very long day of tough driving. If it can be done in a day. Instead of my hauling my trailer 400 miles Ill hop int he jeep and come be your truck driver for a couple days. When the deliveries are done I bet some cook site can use my manual labor. Call me you have my number.

tgellert
11-09-2012, 06:25 PM
Bringing 3 smokers and whatever rubs and sauces we have left over from competition season ... should be great weather and that = lots of folks coming out. Just heard that Long Beach residents can now drink the water locally ... that means that we'll have clean water for sanitation. Bringing whatever I can fit into my minivan. See everyone tomorrow bright and early!

Tom

Just Pulin' Pork
11-09-2012, 07:02 PM
We are looking for more teams that can help in Brooklyn NY this weekend and next week. Please let us know if you can help and we can get you the information.

Jon
OBR

motoeric
11-09-2012, 07:06 PM
I believe that these directions to the Long Beach cooking area are accurate for those coming from the east. Please verify for yourself before following the directions! I don't know what streets are closed and what aren't.

Directions:

Southern State West to exit 22S, Meadowbrook Parkway
Meadowbrook S to exit M8W Sunrise Hwy
Sunrise Hwy W to N Long Beach Road 3.2 miles
Left onto N Long Beach Road to Slight Right onto Long Beach road 1.1m
Slight left to stay on Long Beach Road 1.9 m
Slight left to stay on Long Beach Road .03 m
Continue onto Austin Blvd and follow to bridge.
Cross bridge onto Long Beach Blvd
Stay on Long Beach Blvd to East Park Ave (short distance)
Make a Right onto East Park Ave and follow to City Hall (1 West Chester St) .3 miles

We will most likely be cooking on the parking garage at City Hall. I'll be there around 8:30.

NS Mike D
11-09-2012, 07:10 PM
Buenos Diaz BBQ will be there. We have about a dozen volunteers coming on their own. I let them know about needing tables.

motoeric
11-09-2012, 07:29 PM
Tables are a necessity, but chairs are a serious luxury.

If you are able to throw a chair or two in your trunk, you might want to do so.

Additionally, I'm bringing the makings for some ABT's, Moink Balls and a rack of babybacks. If we want to get some sort of communal thing going, that would be cool.

Eric

CMALANGA
11-09-2012, 10:18 PM
I'll be there with a half pallet of charcoal, disposable cutting boards, a case of toilet paper, and possibly a six foot folding table.

early mornin' smokin'
11-09-2012, 10:48 PM
We'll be there. Well at least my girlfriend and I.

BBQchef33
11-09-2012, 11:45 PM
I'll be there too.

:)

Nitrofly
11-10-2012, 05:18 AM
lunchmeat is coming down to help also :-o

bbqbull
11-10-2012, 08:23 AM
God Bless all the Brethren who are assisting!!!

Just Pulin' Pork
11-10-2012, 10:01 AM
Just a quick update they are looking for more cooking capacity at the Brick NJ location. Please email info@operationbbqrelief.org and let us know.

Just Pulin' Pork
11-10-2012, 11:28 AM
Looking for someone who can run supplies out to Long Island from our Brooklyn location.

Ackman
11-10-2012, 01:59 PM
I am happy to drive down SundAy morning to chip in for the day. I will go by the RD in Port Hester -- they open at 9 on Sunday. I am happy to buy what ever you ask for--provided it fits in an Audi A5. I will leave at 8:30AM if you need anything email me stackley@optonline.net prior. If I don't hear anything I can hit the road earlier.

Steve

motoeric
11-10-2012, 08:00 PM
I've been a pretty active member of the Brethren for about 6 years and I've never been more proud to be a Brethren than today.

We fed a tremendous amount of people today and almost importantly, gave them confidence that people truly care about them and their well being.

There were stories from our delivery people of folks crying when receiving the food and we saw lots of families with small children. We had the pleasure of feeding a large number of first responders would couldn't have been more gracious, polite and grateful.

I had to take a bit of a circuitous route when I arrived, missing the destination by a few blocks. Just traveling those few short blocks showed us how severely hit this community was. The contents of homes were laid out in front of houses by the street on every block, at every house.

Sandy hit Long Beach like Holmes hit Tex Cobb and they are just starting to get back to a small semblance of normalcy.

I'll be posting some pictures asap.

HUGE 'thank you's to everyone that volunteered today.

Eric

speedrcer1
11-10-2012, 08:09 PM
I've been a pretty active member of the Brethren for about 6 years and I've never been more proud to be a Brethren than today.
Eric
That says it all. So true.

Jeff_in_KC
11-10-2012, 08:16 PM
Hey folks, the numbers totaled 5,000 on Long Island today with that many or more expected tomorrow. Still would like to have someone run to Brooklyn and bring chicken and charcoal (in two places) back to Phil and the Long Island crew! Great job today folks! This is what it's all about. Phil had some pretty touching words about his feelings and the things he saw and heard today. People who hadn't had a hot meal in a WEEK were crying when they got this food. Good job everyone!

Jeff_in_KC
11-10-2012, 08:18 PM
I'll be posting some pictures asap.


Eric, I need a good one or two for the OBR facebook page. Phil said you have plenty. When will you have a few posted I can share? Thanks for documenting that! :clap:

motoeric
11-10-2012, 08:19 PM
http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s522/blevine109/IMG_1923.jpg
The line of happy recipients waiting for some delicious 'Q


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Santa (a CBJ) giving gifts to children who attended the event. Thanks Santa!

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s522/blevine109/IMG_1907.jpg
Part of the FIVE HUNDRED CASES of iced tea donated by Clare Rose, who also supported the Battle of the BBQ Brethren.

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s522/blevine109/IMG_1911.jpg
One of four large charcoal grills pumping out chicken, burgers, dogs and sausage.

http://i1304.photobucket.com/albums/s522/blevine109/IMG_1918.jpg
Volunteers packing up meals to be delivered to the most devastated sections of town, escorted by the National Guard.


More photos to come!

Eric

KeithandLisa6
11-11-2012, 08:50 AM
Although I am not a member of the brethren, We were very proud to be part of this effort.

My wife and I want to thank Mike Diaz for getting this out to us.

Great thing you guys and gals are doing. God bless

bbqbull
11-11-2012, 09:00 AM
Although I am not a member of the brethren, We were very proud to be part of this effort.

My wife and I want to thank Mike Diaz for getting this out to us.

Great thing you guys and gals are doing. God bless


You are now!!! :clap::mrgreen:

early mornin' smokin'
11-11-2012, 09:07 AM
There's really no way to describe how horrible long beach really looks other than totally destroyed. We got there late. After battling traffic and horrible imap directions. We made it. Things were well underway. I don't even want to list everyone I saw in fears of forgetting someone. But we somehow managed to accomplish a restaurant depot run for everyone. I stuffed all this in the back of my wrangler. At least I feel like we did a little something. Hats off to everyone there. 72443

scm1226
11-11-2012, 09:14 AM
Can someone pass this along to someone who is in long beach today. Make sure that my ez up and table are packed together so I can grab it from someone during the week. Not able to make it there today. I spoke to Phil about it yesterday.
Good luck today. It was great helping out yesterday.
Thanks Steve
Smokin Irish

HarleyEarl
11-11-2012, 10:55 AM
Phil & the rest of my Brethren brothers & sisters, thank you so much for your hard work this weekend in Long Beach. I personally know how hard you all are working to provide a hot meal to those in need. You have and will touch so many lives. Your efforts will be appreciated more than you will ever realize. For every story of hope, gracious thank you's, and and tears of gratitude, there scores more that you will never hear. We are truly a united BBQ family coming together in times of need. On behalf of OBR and myself, thank you so much.

Jeff_in_KC
11-11-2012, 08:04 PM
Eric, Phil said to contact you because you had a more accurate number of meals served today. Can you let me know please? We need to report to the donors and Founders Club. We have Brick and Staten Island. Just need you guys. Thanks! Jstith@operationbbqrelief.org.

motoeric
11-11-2012, 08:07 PM
Eric, Phil said to contact you because you had a more accurate number of meals served today. Can you let me know please? We need to report to the donors and Founders Club. We have Brick and Staten Island. Just need you guys. Thanks! Jstith@operationbbqrelief.org.

Jeff,

I'm working on that now and should have something before midnight. 5000 may be low.

Do you need more photos?

Eric

Jeff_in_KC
11-11-2012, 08:20 PM
Jeff,

I'm working on that now and should have something before midnight. 5000 may be low.

Do you need more photos?

Eric

If you have some, sure! Phil said he had some from out in the neighborhoods too. Phil thought it would be more than yesterday and he texted me about 1:30 am to change from 5,000 to 8,000. You guys did fantastic!

motoeric
11-11-2012, 08:54 PM
Phil's initial number for yesterday was more accurate. Somewhere around 4000.

Total for the two days so far: 10276. Let me know if you'd like a breakdown (how much pork after cooking, how many ribs, how many burgers, etc.). Hoping to get another 1500 - 2000 tomorrow.

I'll work on those photos.

Eric

BTW, those numbers are probably low as I don't have an accurate way to assess the numbers for soup and I'm using a conservative estimate.

dreed
11-12-2012, 11:21 AM
Good Job to the LI crew. You guys cooked up some serious amount of meals. We had put out roughly 8500 for the weekend. I echo Eric's sentiments about how proud we were to have been part of the OBR relief efforts, and the impact we made on the residents, and emergency workers of SI.
Long Island Luau (SI), Tell you What BBQ (Rockland County, NY)Chicken Chokers (NJ), Lazy River BBQ(south NJ), Basic BBQ (Mass), Three Men and a Baby Back (NJ), and Dr. Pearls Medicinal Smoke (NJ).
Alo a thanks to the NYPD for ensuring our safety, and DSNY for thier 24/7 effort on keeping our site cleared of garbage.

motoeric
11-12-2012, 06:38 PM
We fed another 1800 people today in Long Beach, bringing the total to 12076. I absolutely HAVE to thank Sully (feel better!) his wife and Michelle from NEBS who were unbelievably dedicated. Also needing thanks is Sean from Virginia who stayed the extra day and did an amazing job.

Under the leadership of Santa and Snarky, LI BBQ teams fed (roughly) 12,000 meals last weekend in Babylon.

If we combine those two numbers, BBQ folks fed 24,076 meals to those in need in a week. How cool is that?

Eric

scm1226
11-12-2012, 06:39 PM
Any idea who wound up with my ez up and table?

snarky
11-12-2012, 06:51 PM
I had to leave early (they were still serving) but I reminded Phil and he knew to take care of them.

drop2d
11-12-2012, 08:02 PM
It was good meeting some of you this weekend in Long Beach. I'm still in awe at how everything came together and how much work was able to get done. Really glad there were people that were able to help into today.

Dan from NH.

Arizona Ugly I
11-13-2012, 06:48 AM
Nice job everyone!

Smokin J
11-13-2012, 08:44 AM
Great job to everyone in LB this past weekend. Especially to Phil, Eric and everyone else that put it all together in such a short amount of time. OBR is an amazing organization, and I am impressed with all that they have accomplished.

I met alot of great people, and I was surprised to see people come from out of state to lend a hand (MA & even NH!) Thanks guys! I've never seen so many people come together and work so hard. We worked together as one big team, and I was proud to be part of it.

P.S.
Does anyone know who has our (2) Cambros, White Cooler, 20 & 36 qt tock pots? We left them behind to be used on Monday.

motoeric
11-13-2012, 10:27 AM
Does anyone know who has our (2) Cambros, White Cooler, 20 & 36 qt tock pots? We left them behind to be used on Monday.

I believe that Phil has your stuff in the U-Haul.

Eric

BBQchef33
11-13-2012, 10:27 AM
great job everyone! it was alot of fun that i wish we didnt have to do, but the community and first responders really appreciated what we did. I had the opportunity to talk to some folks in the street who were sitting on the curb eating puleld pork, and also the MTA officers downstairs and they were all very grateful. Nearly none of the cooked food went to waste as it was graciously accepted by the national guard, and Military Police who were stations just east of our site and who did not get to come up. There was an entire ball field with hundreds of tents for first reposnders and doctors at what looked like a mash unit. I dropped off the remaining food there and they told me they were living on MRE's.


i have everyones stuff in the truck. That will get put into the storage unit unless we can set up pickup or drop off. I need to get the truck back today or NLT tomorrow.

Sawdustguy
11-13-2012, 10:57 AM
great job everyone! it was alot of fun that i wish we didnt have to do, but the community and first responders really appreciated what we did. I had the opportunity to talk to some folks in the street who were sitting on the curb eating puleld pork, and also the MTA officers downstairs and they were all very grateful. Nearly none of the cooked food went to waste as it was graciously accepted by the national guard, and Military Police who were stations just east of our site and who did not get to come up. There was an entire ball field with hundreds of tents for first reposnders and doctors at what looked like a mash unit. I dropped off the remaining food there and they told me they were living on MRE's.


i have everyones stuff in the truck. That will get put into the storage unit unless we can set up pickup or drop off. I need to get the truck back today or NLT tomorrow.

Phil call me ASAP.......

motoeric
11-13-2012, 12:47 PM
Phil call me ASAP.......

Wouldn't it be more convenient to call you Guy?

Ok, that didn't live up to Brethren comedy standards. Sorry.

Eric

Lakeside Smoker
11-14-2012, 06:35 AM
i have everyones stuff in the truck. That will get put into the storage unit unless we can set up pickup or drop off. I need to get the truck back today or NLT tomorrow.

Did you happen to notice if my 2 big white coolers were among that stuff? They went down to Brick, NJ and I was told they ended up on Long Island.

-Mike

LostNation
11-14-2012, 08:41 AM
Did you happen to notice if my 2 big white coolers were among that stuff? They went down to Brick, NJ and I was told they ended up on Long Island.

-Mike

Mike I didn't see any BWC's in Brick other then the ones I brought and never used. (other then keep stuff dry during the snowstorm)

drop2d
11-14-2012, 09:04 AM
Did you happen to notice if my 2 big white coolers were among that stuff? They went down to Brick, NJ and I was told they ended up on Long Island.

-Mike

Last I knew, Sully was going to be toting them back to MA with him.

-Dan

Nitrofly
11-14-2012, 12:34 PM
Did you happen to notice if my 2 big white coolers were among that stuff? They went down to Brick, NJ and I was told they ended up on Long Island.

-Mike


Hey Mike

Michele Taft has your coolers..

Lakeside Smoker
11-14-2012, 04:02 PM
Thanks!

-Mike

mgp03051
11-14-2012, 04:48 PM
Thanks Sully and Michelle for getting those back to Mike