NEPANewb wrote:As everyone has already stated...it was great getting to meet the faces behind the names. A huge thanks to JC for planning things out and leading us around...I have been in those shoes trying to round everyone up and keep them moving...it can be a challenge If we DO have a mid winter meeting then I think we need to make a return visit to Phase II. They owe the Mayor a properly made steak but, more importantly, I need another round of those french fries For those that were unable to stick around for dinner you need to make sure to be there next time....you would not believe the amount they bring unless you see it with your own eyes....and they were GOOD too. I'm sure if that waitress is still there we will get exceptional service after that tip Big thankyous go out to Rich/Scott for driving me around like I was Miss Daisy...I probably owe you at least $10 in gas money. Hope to see you all again in the near future. Next time around it will be the beer tour and the #9...that's if we ever get out of the brewery
coalkirk wrote:It was good to see friends from the spring M&G and to make some new ones this time. Thanks to JC for all his coordinating work. Glad I got to help him celebrate hs birthday. Thanks to Yanche for documenting the attendance. Sorry I forgot to take a group picture to post.
well it should always be 52F to 54F in anystokerscot wrote:I have a question. How come in the mine tour the temperature was 49 degrees. I thought the earth's temperature was supposed to be around 56 degrees or so. Scott
stoker-man wrote:For those that are interested, and this can be for a group or for just one individual who is interested in an efm stoker/boiler, a tour can be arranged at Thermo Dynamics, our sister company, who manufacturers, ASME constructs and has the boiler's coded. You could see alot of the process of constructing boilers and the coding process. A day or two notice is needed, and I believe you could visit during the work week, if you happen to be in the area.
Had to buy more Yengling!
bksaun wrote:Plane is 75lb under gross wt, can't figure how to fit in more Beer! Oh well, Wife probably gained weight over the last week any way! . Had a hard time getting her to tell me her weight to do the weight and balence on the plane. Told her I would take her to the rock quarry and find out
mike wrote:I guess it must be global warming if it was only 49 at pioneer If it was actually 49 in the mine it would have been because of the fan. If anybody that saw hard coal friday night has any questions just shoot and I'll answer them as best I could. That version that they showed is the newest one yet and is the one that they hope to have available for purchase sooner or later. Afterwords I ment GAW at a fine establishment and tossed a few (well more than a few ) back. I did make it to work saturday on time and made it through the day, although it was a bit rough early in the morning when I got word the dragline was out of power and we would be outside the better part of the day fixing that in the lovely rainy weather !
bksaun wrote:FINALLY, back on the ground in Lex, Ky. had a good flight back, little rough over N.J. and parts of PA, but found smooth air for the rest of the trip.
One very sad note though, I had room for another case of yengling and did not realize it..Darn! Wife just shakes her head at me...Oh Well...
Guy's thanks again.