Friday, September 14, 2012

More of 14 Sept.

Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil!
Had to start a new post for the rest of the day, Blogger was giving me a hard time on the last on, so it's just easier to keep going with a new post.
Vickie, Kay, and Debbie.  From East Texas.  Pat and I have been friends with them for over 20 years.  Vickie used to be the "Head Honcho" at the Kwik Kamp Factory.  She and Kay are both RN's. And new VROC'ers.

Chickens, pigs and Beef for dinner!

Takes a lot of BBQ pits and smokers to prepare this meal for tonight.  Hot Sauce is famous for his BBQ's

Vickie and her brother Robert unhooking the trailer.  She rides a Honda Shadow, her Sister Debbie rides a Vulcan.

Buying tickets in the Crescent Hotel for the "Ghost Tour" tonight.  The old Hotel is supposed to be haunted

Christ of the Ozarks from the balcony of the Crescent Hotel.  At full Zoom, and in the rain.

The desk in the lobby is about the same as it was in 1886.

A 10 x 10 piece of the Berlin Wall.  This is exactly the way it looked when the wall came down, it hasn't been retouched. Was shipped over from Germany

Looks much larger when you're close.  We're on the other side of the Valley now

Hotsauce on the phone with an Oklahoma BBQ joint.  Getting direction on how to cook the meat :-)
This banner will be signed by all, and given to Craig Scott with all the proceeded from the sale of raffle tickets.

We had Chicken, Ribs and Beef brisket.  Hotsauce did an OUTSTANDING job of cooking, and was ably assisted by Competition BBQ chef Scott Hendryx.

Travis and Killswitch enjoying the fire while waiting for food and raffle

Sandy has her side dishes, but has to fine Skid to find out what kind of meat they ordered.  There was enough so everyone could have some of each

The man in the yellow is Jerry, from Kansas.  A new vroc'er, this is his first rally

The rain put a damper on eating around the pool and patio, but the food was delicious, and everyone found a place to enjoy it

Half chickens, ribs and beef

Hotsause.  The man of the hour.  Holding some of his homemade "pigsauce".  Any stories of his cooking abilities are not exaggerated, the meat tonight was as good as any BBQ I've tasted, cooked perfectly and seasoned just right.

Some of the vroc ladies enjoyed a message at the Basin Hotel, followed by lunch on the balcony.  Even thought it was raining, they had a good time.  This wraps up the day.  Thanks to ROK and a few individuals for supplying the raffle prizes, Special thanks to JR and Condi for doing a fine job of organizing, and working to make sure the rally is going well, and to Scott  and his helpers for the fine meal.  To quote old time vroc'er Pop Pop:  "It don't get any better than this!"

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