Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
...to be accompanied by the Chief Green Giraffe.

One amazing part of this, since there was extra room on the Hollunder Jet catamaran, was the ability of some of the offshore guys who work 12 hours x 6.5 days a week, to show their kids just why they're so busy.

I noticed one of the chief substation designers staking out a top spot with his kid right over the twin waterfall exhausts, where the wind was strongest, and he and family stayed there the entire 10 hours... well armored against wind and spray.

We we also privileged to witness the performance of the newest crew supply boats, and wow. Also, we were visited by the Nordic, the German gov's 24/7 emergency tug, which can pull a distressed  container ship back to shore in storm conditions.

If i can figure out how to get videos off my handy, well...

Someone should also post some converter and sub-station photos (better than this).

"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage." - Anas Nin

by Crazy Horse on Sun Jun 9th, 2013 at 05:12:59 PM EST
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