I wanted to report back on this after so many offered opinions.
I did the ribs as planned using the 3-2-1 method but saved the "1" till the time came to eat them. I cut them into serving size pieces then vacuum sealed the ribs and kept them in the fridge at or below 40* for 5 days, took them out about 3 hours before they went into the oven to allow them to warm somewhat and then spread them out as much as possible in a 9x13 cake pan and covered them with "Goodness Gracious Sakes Alive" Barbecue Sauce Recipe and popped them in the oven at 250* for an hour, a couple times I rotated the ribs in the pan as they were stacked somewhat in a single pan.(because it is an rv oven and not a lot of room)
So I had 3 racks of ribs and there were 4 guys and 3 ladies, soon we were down to one rib left in the pan, everyone said: "know way, way too full" so I finished that one off.
Overall I was pleased and would do it again as I think the process went well and it was pretty trouble free way of having ribs while camping in the desert.
One complaint I have which had nothing to do with the process, I bought 3 packages of ribs and one of them towards one end was really thick, those ribs wound up being a little tough and I was disappointed with them. I think they should have been in the smoker longer. So next time, and there will be a next time, I will be more careful in selecting ribs that are more uniform in thickness.
And yes, they were a big hit in hunting camp!