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... presented ourselves to the office. There we were told to take a seat and wait. Wait we did, and continued to wait. Peter eventually asked after about fifteen minutes what was the problem, how long would we have to wait etc. We were just told that Customs would come and speak with us. Two girls arrived, asked for the car and trailer keys and questioned me what meat, fruit and vegetables, eggs, rice etc we had on board. They then went to do their search while we just ...
... came across several work barges and work boats. They are putting some type of pipeline in the canal and have dredging equipment everywhere. The canal isn't that wide, so when you come across one of these situations you have to be very careful when passing them. They often have cables stretching across the canal to other pieces of equipment.
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... lived in when he was little and the owner was kind enough to invite us in to take a look. We then drove to see Adams elementary school, and began our trip east toward Syracuse. Immediately upon arriving in Syracuse we hit up Mannys t-shirt shop on Marshall street and loaded up on much needed Syracuse gear! Panda West, the location of our first date was still a staple on that street after all ...
... lock was filling up and noticed that they were just nonchalantly holding the ropes as if they didn't have a care in the world.
On the other hand, I had a virtual death-grip on the rope I was responsible for holding it with every ounce of strength I could find. I'm sure that was somewhat comical to Barry who kept assuring ...
... Erin, found me and said the insurance company wanted an adjustor to check it out.
"How long will that take?" I inquired.
“The adjustor will be here between 24 and 48 hours,” was the reply. I came to find out that that was always the reply when dealing with the adjustor.
Now I had to be at Massawepie for the “Beaver Weekend” in two days, so that wasn’t going to work out. I said I could stop on my way ...