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Old 03-17-2019, 01:01 PM   #16
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I could dive right into that.
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Old 03-17-2019, 01:44 PM   #17
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That's a nice area. A co-worker used to live there, near the Golf Club. Company I work for has a mfg plant up in Winder. I think next year Winder is going to re-open the Jug Tavern Festival. That's a fun time.
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Man, what an afternoon. Everyone enjoyed the food and company. Sides happened to be everything Bojangles had to offer, which was okay. For the Texans in here, itís like a poor manís Golden Chick. Not even on Chicken Express level.

Maybe itís a regional thing but as I was carving up some fatty slices for the wife, one of the neighbors (sheís 89) asked for chopped beef. Chopped! I didnít skip a beat though and grabbed some lean slices and butchered it to a paste of meat and bark. Snobbery has its places and itís definitely not for last impressions.

I also didnít have my brisket knife. I was hacking at the brisket with a serrated bread knife because most of the kitchen stuff was semi packed. I was stopped from rummaging through the neatly stacked boxes in the garage. No one seemed to notice.



Everyone left with vac sealed bags of chopped brisket and pulled pork. Didnít get any pics of those though.

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Man, what an afternoon. Everyone enjoyed the food and company. Sides happened to be everything Bojangles had to offer, which was okay. For the Texans in here, itís like a poor manís Golden Chick. Not even on Chicken Express level.

Maybe itís a regional thing but as I was carving up some fatty slices for the wife, one of the neighbors (sheís 89) asked for chopped beef. Chopped! I didnít skip a beat though and grabbed some lean slices and butchered it to a paste of meat and bark. Snobbery has its places and itís definitely not for last impressions.

I also didnít have my brisket knife. I was hacking at the brisket with a serrated bread knife because most of the kitchen stuff was semi packed. I was stopped from rummaging through the neatly stacked boxes in the garage. No one seemed to notice.



Everyone left with vac sealed bags of chopped brisket and pulled pork. Didnít get any pics of those though.








It all looks good. Believe it or not, chopped brisket is a thing down in Ga. Then again, so is chopped pork instead of pulled pork. At least it was that way when I lived down in Columbus.
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Iíll be in an unincorporated area of Monroe, GA. Basically 14 miles northeast from where I am now BUT I lose my AT&T fiber and forced to go DSL like itís 1999. Itís all woods. The house was built in the 80s and never been updated since. From the roof to the shaglike carpet. And my god the toilets... my kids love them because itís like 12 inches off the ground and takes 6 gallons to flush. And wallpaper that looks and smells like it has seen every bit of the last 30 years of its existence.

But having ten acres all to myself...
The family and I were just in Monroe this last week for a wedding. It's beautiful over there. They had an awesome car show downtown too. Enjoy the reno, I'm working on a 1916 Craftsman myself and it's a doozy.
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It's not cheap but you can always sign on to Hughes Net or another satellite provider.
I' was told it's a bit better than DSL.
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