Barbecued Pig Party in Lake Wildwood
Part 2 of 2

July 20, 2013
Posted July 24, 2014
2014 Herbert E. Lindberg

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Neighbors in four side-by-side lake front homes celebrate with a barbecued pig party.  Gary Zirelli got up at 2 a.m. to lay out a fire, mount the pig on the spit and start the fire. He endured the fire heat on top of the 100F day until the pig was done about 5 p.m. Other neighbors chipped in to relieve him.

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Little boy Carson, Nikita, and Josh.
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We had the party at Linda and Bob Currie's place next door west. Here she is with their son Josh.
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Close-up of Carson.
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Carson with his mom and dad.
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Same family.
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Drum beats fill the air...
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... while Big Chief did dance of partying and debauchery to announce that
the barbequed pork and all the pot luck fixin's were ready to dish up.
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Mary is ready, and I'm sweating bullets in the humid aftermath of 100F+ heat..


Entertainment by a singer and mp3 jockey as the sun sets.
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Blake Hinman relaxes.
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Bob Currie cuddles up to a guest.
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Blake and Kathy Hinman are the fourth neighbor along the lake, once removed from the Curries on our west..


Blake with Mike, who owns and farms a nearby orchard.
Mike and his wife Kathy live a few doors west of us on the lake.  Didn't get a picture of his wife Kathy.
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Snack bowl is empty.
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