c ya on da lake
- Oct 4, 2007
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Screw that.Excuse me sir, I have been informed that we are not allowed to post work related boating pictures because its not fair to the other RDP members.
Please remove these immediately
So what IS the story with all the tankers hanging out all this time? Off loading struggles related to Covid or some kinda thing? Last time I saw this it was due to a Longshoreman's strike but haven't heard any of that.
There is a thread on the back up at the ports.So what IS the story with all the tankers hanging out all this time? Off loading struggles related to Covid or some kinda thing? Last time I saw this it was due to a Longshoreman's strike but haven't heard any of that.
Thanks.... Thats quite a thread. Lots of RDP opinionating but I think I got the jist from this article hanging on the thread....
It was way cool. 99% you could stand up normally. Some of the shafts with ladders look almost endless. The one the yellow dude hanging was hanging over we dropped a couple rocks into it which sounded extremely deep.Cool pics. Big nope on the cave thing!
Not a functioning mine but it's wide open to explore.Is this some private mine you were invited to explore ? Overall seems to be in working order.
Glad it's working out having your son work for you !! Not always the case, seen that go sideways and wipe out entire relationships. My son came to work for me over 20 years ago after being raised by his mom. By the time I got him, he was kinda a mess and despite being in his later teens, it was like starting from scratch. It was like OJT with him working under my field crews during the day and his step mom and I at night. It was painful, so much anger, so many lies, be we persisted, pushing pushing, and then it all appeared it went to shit.
My Son Josh is a Master! This youngster came to work at JBP in the 90's on a Vocational work experience program, through the high school in his Junior and Senior years. He left school at noon and his last 4 classes for two years were at "Jet Boat University". Initially he cleaned parts, swept floors and was general shop help. After graduation he began working full time and has never worked a different job. Years back we bought our first lathe and mill and asked him to learn to use them. He also was "self taught" to learn to draw CAD and few may know he draws and designs the JBP parts we produce. He's a devoted and tireless worker. He's a "rock star" in my world.
BRING BACK VOCATIONAL EDUCATION!!!
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Thats pretty neat. I would love to see how everything was engineered in the building to hold the weight of that crane.