What are you doing on July 3rd
Spent the day cursing at my boat. (not running right) But, everyone else had a good time.
Great Info on the Audit- THANKS- Looks like I’ll have about 45 days to get ready…
MEANWHILE- Fourth of July was OUTSTANDING! I cooked up the absolute best ribs and chicken ever. My family calls me a Barbeque Nazi but I prefer Barbeque Purist. I use two Webers- one for chicken & fish- the other for Beef & Pork. Cooked up my own 'mop' sauce for the ribs and mixed up my own rub for the chicken. I use real charcoals and keep 6 different kinds of wood chips for smoking. Nobody but nobody touches my grills. Weather was perfect and beer was ice cold.... what a day...[/quote]
Regarding the audit-just get your files in order, have your pros receipts and change of request forms up to date as possible....be polite and humble and ask for feedback on how you can improve your business processes, and most likely every thing will be great.
As far as your bbq'ing....I'm with you. Gas grills are merely outdoor stoves. Real men bbq with charcoal or wood. I have a 6 ft long New Braunfels Smoker, and might get a Weber to supplement.
6 foot New Braunfels?! Nice!
I've been thinking of adding the Big Green Egg so I can smoke the Thanksgiving Turkey and Christmas Prime Rib Roast... I've done small ones in the Weber but I've had to modify the grill to get the lid on.....
What a great day! Went hiking in the mountains and had a picnic by a scenic lake with my family.
On a side note. I live in a small town in CO. High up in the mountains. All of you have heard of this town and some of have been here! I could not think of a better place for me & my family to live and I thank the Lord every day for it! I also thank all the service men and women for there service to our great country.
2006 Redneck Games were a hit here this year!
(for those of you not in the know, these are the games men play - sometimes manly tests of strength, sometimes outright stupidity, when alcohol consumption is at an all time high)
Luckily, everyone still has their fingers & toes and no trips to the ER!
Transplant it to a spot in my yard. It must be the soil of death. I don't want to imagine what might be under the ground there. We have managed to kill an apricot tree, an apple tree and our final murder was a weeping willow tree. How can you kill one of those? Every place else in the landscape is blooming and lush.
Your spot may be an old grave.
In the early '90's, an entire new subdivision in Savannah, GA had to be abandoned by its homeowners. Seems it was built on top of an old garbage dump (unbeknownst to its owners) and methane had started seeping through the ground. The owners were only given a matter of minutes to abandon their properties. Don't light a match!
I don’t suppose the local government came in claiming eminent domain for economic development, and offered fair market value for the homes, did it?