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Old 07-05-2006, 04:24 PM
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Old 07-05-2006, 05:17 PM
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Water too high??? That must mean he was talking about the train bridge.
Sh1t, I would of called the CG, the rail co. has to have someone there or within one hr on call to open that bridge between June and Labor day. They also are suppose to have someone there during the weekends.. They better be on the ball for my two weeks of vaca, or heads are going to roll!!!!
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Old 07-05-2006, 05:21 PM
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On the plus side, it's nice to have plenty of water up that way this year. Usually it's kinda shallow to dock the boat close
during the time I am up for Vaca..
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Water too high??? That must mean he was talking about the train bridge.
Sh1t, I would of called the CG, the rail co. has to have someone there or within one hr on call to open that bridge between June and Labor day. They also are suppose to have someone there during the weekends.. They better be on the ball for my two weeks of vaca, or heads are going to roll!!!!
You tell 'em Claude. Go kick their arsses
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Why was the bridge closed JS?
There's been a train in the afternoon. When the Winds are over 25 mph, they do not get the bridge back to open position. They wait.

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Old 07-05-2006, 08:23 PM
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There's been a train in the afternoon. When the Winds are over 25 mph, they do not get the bridge back to open position. They wait.
I guess it also helps to call in sick and take another day of vacation...
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A local gentleman's days are very numbered as a result of a brain tumor he was diagnosed with the end of May... He has a request to ride in my boat and we're looking at Saturday morning. I will be taking him for a relatively short ride from Peru Dock and thought it would be cool if I could round up a couple of others to ride along with us, buzz us, etc. and make it as exciting as possible for him.

Looks like we have waterheater and js so far. Suppose to be a perfect weekend weather wise. Please call my cell Sat morning if your available for further details. 518-569-6898.

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very cool of you to do that for him...
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Yes that is nice.
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A local gentleman's days are very numbered as a result of a brain tumor he was diagnosed with the end of May... He has a request to ride in my boat and we're looking at Saturday morning. I will be taking him for a relatively short ride from Peru Dock and thought it would be cool if I could round up a couple of others to ride along with us, buzz us, etc. and make it as exciting as possible for him.

Looks like we have waterheater and js so far. Suppose to be a perfect weekend weather wise. Please call my cell Sat morning if your available for further details. 518-569-6898.

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If I'm out I'll go also. Nice of you to do that.
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