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Unread 08-25-2012, 06:48 PM   #54
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By far the most rewarding, and most fun Ive had at an event in years. The veterans came to us to thank us, when in fact, we were there to thank them for their service. Alot of fun, lot of laughs and for a great cause.

On a personal note, I really have to thank those folks who showed up to help, it was great team work, flowed unbelievably smooth, and we were able to fed over 500 folks when we were told 300 and planned for 400. This was an awesome goup to work and hang out with and i look ofrwad to the next chance we have like this.. better than any contest i have ever attended.......

thanks to westex, all the purple pork masters, cues your daddy, sacco and bobs, Joey(Mister Dirt), and grim reapers... for a great start to a weekend and all the laughs...

All went great.. not a glitch.. even though I had to tuck kevin in at night under a fast Eddy blanket and sacco, tried to spoon a t night in the trailer.. after his demolition job on Mr Dirtsts pit,...... and just when we thought he was giving up, he tried to finish it off by incinerating it. Nice job sacco!
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