enjoy each others adventures and laughter. The smell of charcoal, oak and roasted pork filled the air. A large number of members and guest turned out to enjoy an all day food event that had a menu of Hot Chowder for starters, followed up by Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Grilled Chicken, Salads and lots of Fixins.
It was starting to get dark when the boys pulled their prize from the cooker and everyone was ready again to enjoy a treat that does not come around often. The group all watched with a smile as the pig was being pulled apart by the cooks. A few minutes later, a giant platter of it lay shredded on the table with barbecue sauce on the side. The crowed quickly lined up and dug in. The skin was crispy and the pork was delicious. Plates were loaded with seconds, and thirds and still there were leftovers.
The food all day was as plentiful as the ice cold beer that was included. It was truly like an Oktoberfest with no umpa umpa music. One of our members Don, had all of his DJ equipment there and the music was spinning all day to keep everyone in the groove.
At the end of the night as things were winding down, some of the people sat around the campfire that an hour before held the pig that was cooking on the spit. They relaxed and gazed into what may be for many, the last evening camp fires for this year. They told their stories and thought back on the experiences of the day. Others went back inside the club to keep the party going that everyone was
enjoying so much.
For you members that are reading my blog, go to the clubs web site for a few pictures that have been posted.