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Getting to the Dozer

A Bulldozer in a Miserable Place

June 18th 2016
A Bulldozer in a Miserable Place… It comes as no surprise that nobody has ever coined the phrase “as comfortable as lying as under a broken bulldozer”. Bulldozers are big, clumsy and heavy, and all components of the machine are cumbersome and awkward. Bulldozers typically work in miserable environments! Working alongside their mechanical companions, they push rock and dirt to allow for ... read more
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Canadian Flag A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
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13th July 2016

Gosh golly gumdrops--yeah, right!
Not being the least mechanical and disliking greasy, gross things, I was a bit aghast at the image of dripping sludge and bruised and cut bodies amidst howling winds--yikes, you're earning your Stilton! However, your ability to accomplish such a daunting task, acknowledge all the love-hate aspects of the work and see all the beauty around you undoubtedly make you the perfect guide for working with sometimes-difficult tourists. Excellent!
13th July 2016

Nice photo
Just another day way up north.

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