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    It was a Thank You party

    We had a great gathering yesterday as the LOML and I gave a thank you party for all who was involved in helping us with our kitchen rebuild. It was a great day with plenty to drink and eat. The weather was on our side and a good time was had by all and as asked here are some pics of the gathering, from 3 weber grills filled with prime rib, turkey and ABT's (those were already gone at this pic time) there was salads, deserts all sorts of goodies to eat Each couple also received a pair of cutting boards made of Jarrah cut offs and left overs from our counter tops. Thanks again to all of our family and friends who make our kitchen possible and to every one here with all of the help an support given
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails The Cooler.jpg   The Grills.jpg   Some of the spread.jpg   Cutting Board Gifts.jpg   The whole gang.jpg  


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    Sounds like you all had a great time. I noticed that Larrry is standing all the way in the back. Is he hiding the the effects of all that GOOOOOOOD food?

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    That is a "Happy Kitchen." It is something anyone would face with a smile, even on Monday morning.

    Enjoy,

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    Looks like a great time. And heck, if I'd have known there was a jarrah cutting board involved, I'd have gone up there to help.
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    Looks like a fantastic get together and the door prizes were the icing on the cake!
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    Kinda makes me wish I lived closer! Well done everyone!
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    Tom, looks like a good time was had by all and that the kitchen is performing flawlessly!
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    Looks like a good time had by all. I would like to see a before and after shot of the cooler
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    Looks like a great time. Made me smile. Thanks Tom.
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    I happen to notice that Tom is the one behind the empty grill. So did he eat all the ABT's?

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