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Discussion in 'Forestry Operations' started by cuttin edge, Mar 26, 2021.

  1. CM1995

    CM1995 Super Moderator

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    CE we had a power line crew from NB down here last November helping get the lights back on. We were hit with a few hurricanes and some high winds so our local crews were slammed, it was much appreciated that our neighbors to the North came down to lend a hand.

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  2. Tones

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    And in Australia and New Zealand as well.
     
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    You guys probably don't see too many arret signs down there. When we work on the reserves here, the stop signs all say nagaasi. New Brunswick and Maine send a lot of stuff back and forth across the border. Power crews, snow plows. There is a tavern in St Stephen. If a fight breaks out, Cops from Calais Maine will show up and collect their people as the local police grab theirs.
     
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    Tones I thought Asplundh was down there as well. Stunningly large company.

    Well I can say that was my first.:D. We might see a Stop/Alto sign every now and then but no Arret.