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Unread postby Jason Rose » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:54 am

From John "Not Phoebe" Cole


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Re: 9/28

Unread postby John Cole » Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:01 pm

The first 4 photos are me and John Stover testing the Hale pump at our campground before we went to Lava pumphouse. The pump is rated at 400GPM @ 80 PSI so John is having to really hold onto that 2 1/2" fire hose.

The next two are of the new tool and parts room freeing up more space inside the main CRF building.

The next two show Marshall Smith, Jim Mcgee, and another guy working on the shop vac.

Next two are of Leon Beyer and Chuck Dueker helping me get one of the Hale pumps ready to work at Lava.

Last two photos show Bill Ryan and Rob Brigham finishing up the L-O-N-G trench they dug to deflect rain water away from the CRF. These two guys REALLY worked hard all week helping to finish many projects.
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