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My today's favorite shot is the daily 200 pushups.

Everything else is interesting also.

And... surprized to see some one with Russian plates broke down in Winfall.

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Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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I live within sight of what is left of Bethlehem Steel's Bethlehem, Pa. plant. What was once the flagship of the Steel Empire in the United States is now enough to make a grown man cry. Sands Casino is enough to piss a person off without even having to enter the place.......Which I have vowed never to have to do.....Walk into a Casino made of Jap Steel constructed on the site of once a loud and proud American Steel juggernaut.

Vlad- didn't I drive you around there for a few minutes this past summer? And I know I drove Slpwlkr around there for a few minutes a few months ago.

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Graham is on his break in the first pic. You need to get him a shovel to lean on.

I delivered to Sam's Club in Sparrow's Point a few times when it first opened. It was a bit scary around there in the middle of the night, and I used to live in the Bronx!

And... surprized to see some one with Russian plates broke down in Winfall.

Winfall is a favorite destination for European tourists visiting the U.S. I'm surprised you didn't know that. :)

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Say, is there a long pull of a hill when you come out of the old Bethlehem steel plant? It would have been in the direction you are coming from?

It's right at the other end of the Key Bridge in the bridge picture, it's a pretty good pull going up the bridge, the toll booth is right at the bottom.

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My today's favorite shot is the daily 200 pushups.

Everything else is interesting also.

And... surprized to see some one with Russian plates broke down in Winfall.

Uhhhh...she might have made a wrong turn in Moscow and ended up lost in Winfall...I should have stopped.

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I live within sight of what is left of Bethlehem Steel's Bethlehem, Pa. plant. What was once the flagship of the Steel Empire in the United States is now enough to make a grown man cry. Sands Casino is enough to piss a person off without even having to enter the place.......Which I have vowed never to have to do.....Walk into a Casino made of Jap Steel constructed on the site of once a loud and proud American Steel juggernaut.

Vlad- didn't I drive you around there for a few minutes this past summer? And I know I drove Slpwlkr around there for a few minutes a few months ago.

I used to load a lot of beams there too. Best to have your lunch, and supper for that matter, when you went there to load!

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Took a ride down to Cumberland to see the folks today. Saw this mashed up Western Star sitting at Cumberland Auto Service, so I pulled in and Jo took a pic. out of the passenger window.

Took one of their 9500 GMC wrecker too.

Saw this Ford pickup there too.

And this one I saw on facebook- pretty neat, eh?

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Tom, glad to see the fresh update, I'm risky to fall in love with those Jimmies, they're really awesome.

Randy, I shure remember, you made the excellent excursion over Bethlehem steel plant.

Now I tell to many friends overhere about that sad story, lots and lots of such the samples in Russia.

Just can't figure out the point Tom made the shots from.

Are they from the other side of the river?

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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Tom, glad to see the fresh update, I'm risky to fall in love with those Jimmies, they're really awesome.

Randy, I shure remember, you made the excellent excursion over Bethlehem steel plant.

Now I tell to many friends overhere about that sad story, lots and lots of such the samples in Russia.

Just can't figure out the point Tom made the shots from.

Are they from the other side of the river?

Vlad, Tom's pictures are of Bethlehem Steel's Sparrow's Point Plant, in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Vlad, Tom's pictures are of Bethlehem Steel's Sparrow's Point Plant, in Baltimore, Maryland.

Oh, well, Randy, thank you for clearing me up.

I had been breaking my mind on how I could miss thouse barraks.

Not too hard though :)

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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I just saw that motor home on the travel channel or DIY, one those channels had a show about extreme motorhomes

and that was one of em. He engineered it so you can drive it from the roof. The steering shaft disconnects and can be

connected upstairs. Pretty cool.

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