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#112587 - 07/21/01 02:28 PM Highway Rest Stop
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The vacation time of year...and I am always on the look out for code violations! These pictures were taken at a highway rest stop in Colorado.

Bob Hill - Electrical Contractor


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#112588 - 07/21/01 02:35 PM Re: Highway Rest Stop
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Bob,

Thanks for sharing with us. I like to carry the camera too. It sure gets some strange looks when I start aiming it at things like this while everyone else is pointing at the scenery!


Bill

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#112589 - 07/21/01 06:28 PM Re: Highway Rest Stop
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A hydro powered light? A fuel cell biproduct (H2O) drain? How does it work?

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#112590 - 08/14/01 03:06 PM Re: Highway Rest Stop
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The pipe is to keep the Ohms contained as they pour out. LOL! Saw this at a car wash. The "Tech" that did such a job told the owner it was better because it was "designed for water and therefore is water resistant."
Just imagine, they let these people drive motor vehicles!?!?

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#112591 - 08/19/01 05:06 PM Re: Highway Rest Stop
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You guys have never seen a water cooled ballast ??

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