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    who do we have here in Charlotte, NC? i know Peter is here because i took one of his classes at J&W. He is a really cool guy, by the way, and someone that knows his stuff. I'm in south Charlotte (lake Wylie) and would love to have everyone over this spring/summer to cook on my casa2G 110 and throw around ideas. I have a christmas party every year with 250+ invitees, so i can handle many people. let me know who where you are Charlotte!

    Jamie Crane

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    Re: charlotte, nc

    I'm not in Charlotte but live about 100 miles north of you over the Virginia border. What Peter are you talking about?


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      Re: charlotte, nc

      Hi everyone. I'm a relative newbie to the forum and live in Western North Carolina, below Asheville. I plan to build my first WFO in the spring of this year. I do have a masonry background, but have never built a WFO. I am very much looking forward to building one for myself, then anticipate building for others. Carl
      My Build:

      Consider going the extra mile. It's never crowded.