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Getting back into smoking after a 5 year layoff

thebigapp

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The job moved me from the west central area of Texas and didn't have room to take the smoker I had so I left it behind. Moved to the Houston area and have now finally been able to get a new smoker.

Just got an Old Country BBQ All American Angus Smoker. Looking for a place in the Houston area (preferably on the north side) for good wood.
 
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gary s

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I see the problem right away,   Load the smoker first !   Welcome from East Texas lot's a good people and information on this site. Look on Craig's list and the Thrifty Nichol , you might also call a couple of the pit makers in Houston, I am sure they can head you in the right direction.

Gary
 

GaryHibbert

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Welcome to the forum.  Lots of good people and info here

Gary
 

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