Mr. Big and Junior are home safely after 3 days in the high country (high for the East anyway!) The large egg was started on Friday afternoon upon arriving to camp, and burned steadily until I shut her down on Sunday. Friday it was 1.5 inch thick ribeyes, with baked taters cooked on junior. The 8.5 pound picnic was ready at noon on Saturday, and lasted approximately 15 minutes before we were chewing on the bones. Then the dutch oven of beans went on junior, and 2 slabs of spares on the large. The ribs were not done until 8:30 pm, but were worth the wait. The beans simmered for 6 hours plus, and were heavenly. Saturday night the brisket went on, and we sliced it up just before hitting the road home. I forgot the bbq sauce which was a major blunder. I brought along a jar of Mrs. Dogs Dangerously Hot Sauce which we almost killed though!! [p]Overall a huge success. My buddies were all crying for mercy after the brisket. I think we ate enough meat to last them a month. Was great being out in the snow, as we have had very little here this year (I know plenty of you have had enough though!) [p]Relaxed and eternally stuffed!