Not much to say about smokers right now, but needed to share a bit. We have just been through the most 'interesting' couple of weeks. It started out with a co-worker found dead in his house on Tuesday, apparently from an accidental overdose of aerosol propellants (Dust-off). We are a small company of 5 people, so were all really close and it hit us pretty hard. Then by Thursday, our area went up in flames (Carlton Complex Fire in Washington State). While wife and I did not lose anything to fire, we were without power for 8 days, and the stress level was tremendous. We had front row seats to a lot of the fire, although most of the houses lost were south of us. My wife had to help evacuate one of her invalid clients, and it was close enough that she lost some hair on her arm from the heat radiating back from the outside of the car as she was helping her in. Needless to say, she was freaked. We have been trying to help out wherever we can with relief efforts and getting generators to those who need them. We were able to save most of our frozen stuff by alternating time on the generator. But, I talked to our local butcher, and he said he had to toss $7,000 worth of meat, and when the power went off it fried most of his equipment (there was a surge as the power went off).Life was back to some semblance of order, and another fire broke out just north of our house last night. They lost a couple of houses in that one so far, and was stopped a few hundred yards away from our church. So, we are still having to be vigilent about what we do.
I was watching a cooking show and they were doing a BBQ pulled pork. I was thinking maybe, just maybe.....but wife is too freaked, even if AMNPS is inside a box. So, no smoking until it cools down and maybe gets a little wetter.
Thanks for letting me vent a bit. We continue on and praise God for his hand on us