Mike Harbin of Mo-Chilli BBQ, originally from Round Rock, Texas and now based in Port Townsend, is a fan favorite food vendor at the Old School 4th of July. Harbin started cooking his Texas-style BBQ brisket, ribs, chicken, pulled pork and sausage in his food truck Tuesday at the Parade Grounds at Fort Worden. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Mike Harbin of Mo-Chilli BBQ, originally from Round Rock, Texas and now based in Port Townsend, is a fan favorite food vendor at the Old School 4th of July. Harbin started cooking his Texas-style BBQ brisket, ribs, chicken, pulled pork and sausage in his food truck Tuesday at the Parade Grounds at Fort Worden. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Stage is set for Port Townsend Fourth of July celebration — thanks to a lot of effort

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