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More Petersburg Blasting and Crushing

Discussion in 'Crushers' started by Former Wrench, May 14, 2015.

  1. Former Wrench

    Former Wrench Senior Member

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  2. Former Wrench

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    Former Wrench Senior Member

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    Former Wrench Senior Member

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  6. old-iron-habit

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    Great pictures Former Wrench. I have flown into Peterburgs for fishing. A great place to travel to. We rented a 46 foot live-aboard and went out for a week in search of grandpa halibut. 196.5 lbs was the biggest we landed but great fun anyway. What is all the blasting for? A road in maybe? I loved flying into the valley and making the loop between the mountains to land. Never flew there in bad weather. I'm sure that is a whole different story.
     
  7. Former Wrench

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    A few years ago FAA spread a bunch of money to increase airport runway length for added safety. This rock is now a runway.

    I have lived here since the mid 70's and have flown a lot of places in a lot of weather. Your right, it can be pucker time any time the weather turns on you.
     
  8. ol'stonebreaker

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    I worked w/ a lot of L-J and JCI eqpt. Are they pulling ballast off the center or bottom decks?
    Mike
     
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