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Barbequeing brisket for British visitors, August 24, 2017

Posted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 9:56 pm
by Soapweed
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Jack Gully's chuck wagon

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The other side

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His smoker, for a brisket barbeque

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Jack Gully resting while he has the opportunity. He's waiting for the fire temperature to get "just right."

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Boots and wagon

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He is a fine fellow, and a pretty fair story-teller.

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Peach and He Dog bringing a cup of coffee to Jack. I personally have never matured enough to acquire a taste for coffee.

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Ah! Life is good.

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Jack and his wife Kelly are proprietors of K Bar J Leather, maker of fine chaps. Their shop is in Newell, South Dakota. Check out the link to their business. http://kbarjleather.com/

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Back to work

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Enjoying swapping lies

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Brock came to join us

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And help set up the fly

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It will provide either shade or rain protection

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The old wagon has some stories that it could tell. Remind me to help it do so at some future time. I have owned it since about 1984.

Re: Barbequeing brisket for British visitors, August 24, 2017

Posted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:20 pm
by Faster horses
That old wagon is a beauty!
I bet the smoked brisket was great eating! Had the folks from England ever tasted smoked brisket? If so, I bet not
cooked like that!!! You really gave them something to talk about when they get home.

Re: Barbequeing brisket for British visitors, August 24, 2017

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:08 am
by Big Muddy rancher
Making my mouth water just looking at the pictures

Re: Barbequeing brisket for British visitors, August 24, 2017

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 12:19 pm
by littlejoe
Big Muddy rancher wrote:Making my mouth water just looking at the pictures


had to do something, after foisting a Coors off on a Brit.............was local water too strong? :D