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... an annual pump test as mirroring what could happen if the apparatus were called into a multiple-alarm fire where water in maximum volumes and pressures needed to be moved for more than an hour. A multiple-alarm fire is not any spot to test the pump. However, the test pit is. All fire apparatus ought to be tested yearly--there should be no exceptions or excuses. Environmental concerns say for example a water shortage don't relieve a department of ...
... stone works. We left Canada exhausted but happy with our new home, and happy that Bruce and Kathryn, John and Marilyn,Beth and Chris, Stan, Mary, Bob, Anne, Jamie, Joanne, Brenda, James, Simon, Gavin, all came to spend time with us. Christmas saw my Mom, Lawrence, Tony Dagnia, Conor Amanda, Maddie, Aurora, Dave, Linda Doug, Marg, Bill and Trish also stop by. So all in all it was hectic, frenetic but fun.Oops, sorry forgot Pat and Ed and ...
... blue chevy camp van with no air conditioning. Trips on a budget, information about our destinations, great things we used, things we forgot and many other things that are useful. Including places we stopped along the way that we didn't expect or plan and were "wowed" by. Gotta go, time to journey out. Remember life is not about the destination, it's the journey. No matter where you travel. ...
... get up to the top and hang on to the bar and pull myself down at full speed. Legs crossed, hands behind my head, and laying on my back as I zoomed through the dark tunnel heading into nothingness. The only sound was the water rushing by until you hear “Daddy” from Kody and I would respond with “come on Kody”. He would just get a kick out of that and I as I came out of the water I would see him tumbling out of the slide into the ...
... from the 'ward' I had the pleasure of visiting in New Orleans as you care to imagine), with a central square surrounded by a couple of rows of houses. Not only was this system aesthetically pleasing - it resembled 'village greens,' in case homesick officials found themselves yearning for the coffee house-lined spaces so prominent in Harrogate or Richmond - it made sense because the importance placed on the square forced citizens, who, up until recently were living in a ...