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that cold smoking 1st sounds AWESOME !!!!!

 ever since i started smoking my steaks i can go back to regular grilling...

AND JUST FOR YOU I WILL DO A POST OF MY MOOSE RIBS ...  " src="http://files.smokingmeatforums.com/smilies/others/canada-flag-68.gif" />



Goliath





Har! I won't be just for me. That will be an interesting smoke that everyone will want to see.



 



What's the weather like up there? We just had a foot of snow last night.



 





 

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no snow yet but COLD with northern outflow...
when it warms up we will get a big dump, snow blower is in attack mode  AR15firing.gif
 

Goliath

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no snow yet but COLD with northern outflow...
when it warms up we will get a big dump, snow blower is in attack mode  AR15firing.gif
 

Goliath

Har! I used to go to Terrace quite often for work. I remember there being times with a lot of snow but you're winter was shorter than further inland. Of course, there were several occasions I couldn't get in and did the fun winter drive from Prince Rupert.

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No snow here! That's "White Mountain" aka Mauna Kea...
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No snow here! That's "White Mountain" aka Mauna Kea...

You call that a mountain? Come to the Rockies some day.

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You call that a mountain? Come to the Rockies some day.

It might not look like much but it's almost 14,000 ft tall and is the tallest mountain on the planet from its base (over 20,000 under water).
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It might not look like much but it's almost 14,000 ft tall and is the tallest mountain on the planet from its base (over 20,000 under water).

Cool! I guess you could say that mountain has depth!

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