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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Ah, OK . . . so I should still keep next weekend (not this weekend) free to help move/haul stuff then? My offer to use my snowmobile/ATV/Friends-Are-Moving trailer stands . . .

    Incidentally, since we've totally hijacked this thread as we often do . . .

    Congratulations to Medawisla and her new job.
    It's not fully hijacked yet...

    I like beer!... now it is...

    Sorry Kayaking Loon...

    We now return you to your reguarly scheduled thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache Maine View Post
    Yep, I'm sure you will get used to that very loud siren that goes off when there is a fire call. You would think that David would have installed that across the street at Station 6, but it's just another case of taking work home with you. LOL

    (Have fun Vic!)

    Well, since we live right behind the waterville fire station right now, I don't think things will change much. But as Jake said, we're movin up in the world because now we'll be living in front of a fire station! (I'm starting to think that maybe it's a sign that I should be a fireman or somethin... Hey jake, need an apprentice, i think i can handle your job)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    Well, since we live right behind the waterville fire station right now, I don't think things will change much. But as Jake said, we're movin up in the world because now we'll be living in front of a fire station! (I'm starting to think that maybe it's a sign that I should be a fireman or somethin... Hey jake, need an apprentice, i think i can handle your job)
    The FD is currently hiring three new guys . . . but unlike me they might actually have to do some work.
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    Ah, but Hiram can change lightbulbs, cook, clean and light a wicked campfire...........what else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Ah, but Hiram can change lightbulbs, cook, clean and light a wicked campfire...........what else?
    You forgot his most important attribute . . . he is the human GPSr . . . the Hiram Hiram . . . all that a geocacher needs . . . and more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Ah, but Hiram can change lightbulbs, cook, clean and light a wicked campfire...........what else?
    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    You forgot his most important attribute . . . he is the human GPSr . . . the Hiram Hiram . . . all that a geocacher needs . . . and more!
    Heh... I can post my resume on here and you guys can pass it around for me

    btw... weren't we going to give this thread back????
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    Oh - sorry -! Flagstaff, kayaking and all.....yes, I want to do a PQ of KL's caches. Can't wait to develop my map for fall.

    And, VB will have probably already specked out the territory!

    Cache on!

    With KL's challenge I am a bit worried about the one on Sugarloaf Mountain, even hiking - the last time I was there they brought me down in the Ski Patrol sled (hummm). That was over 40 years ago! Not sure I am up for the challenge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Do you guys need help moving this weekend?
    I bet if Aaron was to let people in Waterville know he's moving to Bangor, he'd have plenty of help moving.

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    Hollora, what were you doing on Sugarloaf at 5 years old?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darterkitfox View Post
    Hollora, what were you doing on Sugarloaf at 5 years old?
    Don't I wished it was when I was 5! Regardless of my age at the time = skiing of course!

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