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Gosh, I'm on the other side of the big flat water thing, down the 
street from Cal in Berkeley, but if there was a rideshare out this 
way, I'm a fair hand at searing, saucing and scarfing. Alternatively, 
I have a backyard that has a proven track record, but large it 
ain't--but there's strawberry creek park half a block away with grill 
and large patches of green as well as the creek for which it is named.


At 10:27 AM -0700 7/31/02, Don Park wrote:
>>  than the BBQ in the SF Bay Area is the weather and the only thing
>>  worse than the weather is the people. Don't ever come here. Shoot
>>  yourself first. Run for the hills if anyone even begins to suggest
>>  such a thing. It will scar you for life.
>Well, I was thinking more along the line of an open cookout with
>everyone bringing their own beef, fire, and magic sauce.  All we really
>need is a date and a large patch of green stuff.  XML BBQ in a
>restaurant don't sound too appealing even if the owner's name is Barbie
>Q. <g>
>Don Park
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