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#17736 - 12/01/02 07:08 PM Raising a 150' Highmast
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For those who are interested. I've got pics from 2 weeks ago. We set a 150' pole. The crane showed up around 2:30, and we were out of there by 5:30. Check it out here. www.picturestage.com
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Raising Cane,
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#17737 - 12/02/02 05:21 AM Re: Raising a 150' Highmast
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Those are pretty cool pics, Doc. Are you really a guitarist?

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#17738 - 12/02/02 08:13 AM Re: Raising a 150' Highmast
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Warren,
Let's just say I play at it. I started several years ago. Gave it up because my wife got tired of hearing me play the same song over and over. I just recently picked it up again.

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#17739 - 12/02/02 01:19 PM Re: Raising a 150' Highmast
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hey Doc,
i remember the thread a while back...looks like quite the job there..


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