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 Chili Cook Off March 3 report

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PostSubject: Chili Cook Off March 3 report   Tue Mar 13, 2012 4:35 pm

Report from Mary
Believe it or not, no one had a camera!! I always look back and wish I had taken mine...Things were great, weather was good, 'cept it was cool and windy on Saturday, and got downright COLD on Saturday night! Some of the trucks thermomoters read 23 degrees, and I believe it! We woke up Sunday morning with no water...frozen! The park has had lots of rain, it was so green it almost hurt your eyes. There were 5 Chili cooks and two bean cooks. Shirley Collins took 5th place, Al took 4th and Sam Phillips took 2nd. I can't remember for the life of me who took the other two places. I took 1st in beans. OK, T-Twisters there: Al & me, Charlie & Shirley, Bob & Jan, Ed, Johnny Davis, MArio, Smurf, Dennis, Richard, Dana, Don West, and our new, honorary T-Twister and Chaplain, Pete Putman. (and Poncho, Cisco, Fugley, Oscar, Oscar2, Minnie, Buddie, Bea and Walker). I think everyone had a good time... me, Al and Ed were the last ones to leave the park, just wasn't ready to come back to the real world.

Sounds Like you all had a wonderful time.
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