Yep, the 11th annual TR BBQ is coming to the shores of Lake Michigan on July 19, which means you need to make your plans to attend now. We described the highlights of this sprawling, day-long event in our last post, so you should already be familiar with the basics. For more info, hit the forum thread to see what's cooking.
Our hosts would appreciate hearing from you if you plan to attend, so they can get a rough estimate of the likely attendance. We also need to know the proper quantity of blowing-stuff-up supplies to obtain.
I plan on driving up from Kansas City yet again this year, and I'm hoping to bring along some good stuff to give away. The drive isn't a bad one, all things considered. Come and join us if you can!
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