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    North Slope photos

    I am posting these for Tvan.
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    These are some pictures of work on the slope doing a pipeline across the sea
    ice in Alaska
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    Now that looks like fun!
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    That sure is some nice swamp buggy excavator pics. But I must say, way too cold for me!
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    How do you backfill something like that?!?

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    machines must be robotically controlled via camera!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 580bruce View Post
    How do you backfill something like that?!?
    I would guess just go away and the ice will freeze back over. Done!
    Jerry

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    im suprised machines can still work in temps like that
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    Brilliant pictures thanks for sharing.
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    Cool pix, thanks for sharing! Looks to cold for me!

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    Those pic's make the 30's (Fahrenheit) here today feel warm!

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    neat fotos, thank you. it is always fun to see what other crazy operations are going on

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    Cool pics.

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    my fingers and toes hurt just looking at those pictures. Now is that all ice or are you digging through the ice to get to the soil on the bottom?

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