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#107594 - 09/03/04 08:11 PM Nassau Violations
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These photos are taken near the cruise ship docks in Nassau, Bahamas. One shows an open splice in a bush about 3 foot high. The others show open runs of wires feeding holiday lights wrapped around the trunks of palm trees.

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#107595 - 09/04/04 10:37 AM Re: Nassau Violations
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Which one do you figure they used for the phase, white, or green?
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#107596 - 09/06/04 10:46 AM Re: Nassau Violations
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#107597 - 09/06/04 12:08 PM Re: Nassau Violations
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I wonder if this survived the rains and winds of Huricane Frances?

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#107598 - 09/06/04 04:54 PM Re: Nassau Violations
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Hey!.
There's the answer for my old Boss,
cable does grow on trees!.
Jim, in the second pic, I can see a plug sticking up in the air, on the left side of the tree trunk, tell me, this isn't one of the many splices in this wiring.
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#107599 - 09/06/04 05:40 PM Re: Nassau Violations
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Trumpy, that plug is plug/receptacle combination on the end of a string of christmas lights. The miniture lights are wrapped around the trunk, about 12" below the plug.

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