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Date Posted: 23:42:03 03/26/03 Wed
Author: Mop
Author Host/IP: d141-134-93.home.cgocable.net / 24.141.134.93
Subject: Re: Paris Cookoff question
In reply to: Scotty J 's message, "Re: Paris Cookoff question" on 15:09:23 03/26/03 Wed

Scotty, I tried to call Maurice before posting here but couldn`t get hold of him so thats why I posed the question to you.

As far as carrying the hog to the serve area, thats no problem, I just didn`t remember the 'serve' portion of the rules.
I read them from the entry form and wanted to clear that up.


There was also nothing mentioned last year about tearing down after the last turn in, as you know there are a ton of things to put away and loaded into the vehicals before heading home after a LONG Friday and Friday night right into Saturday and all day Saturday.
Like Mike says, the only thing on most peoples minds is a hot shower and a NON bbq meal and a good nights sleep.

The thought of everyone hanging around a little later is ok but an area to congregate like a large canopy or the likes would be nice.
Many people have a little bit of a drive ahead of them so hanging around isn`t of huge interest to those folks.

Is anyone vending bbq there this year to give the spectators a sample of wood/charoal bbq or would that be looked at as a conflict of interest in the eyes of the Paris Historical Society?
If you remember there are tons of people throughout the day asking where they can purchase some bbq.

Mop

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