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#108011 06/20/04 08:56 PM
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Photos from a local ski resort where I was attending a wedding. Yes my wife was a little annoyed that I took more pictures of wiring than the wedding.

"Electricmanscott"
[Linked Image from electrical-contractor.net]

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#108012 06/20/04 11:28 PM
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The bride was radiant in her NFPA complaint flame retardant full length gown (with faceshield)...

...and the Groom looked smashing in his Klein Gaffs, Carolina logger's boots, and Carhartt formal attire

...but it was a bit of a challege for the new couple getting the ring over each other's "Class 3" insulating gloves.

And they rode a bucket truck off into the sunset!

How Scott saw the wedding, as reported by Mrs. Electricmanscott... [Linked Image]

[This message has been edited by DougW (edited 06-20-2004).]

#108013 06/21/04 07:19 PM
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LOL Doug.... You painted quite a picture there! I almost got a tear in my eye! [Linked Image]

If it wasnt for the staples, I'd almost write this off as someone's idea of "temporary".. Curious how long this has been this way, as the orange rubber cordcaps would likely fade being outdoors for any length of time... Could be worse... At least its GFCI protected! [Linked Image]

-Randy

#108014 06/21/04 08:58 PM
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Scott,

Any idea what that cord is coming through the wall, zip-tied to that conduit?

I wonder who got there first: The plumber who installed that faucet, or the sparky who installed that rigid? [Linked Image]

-John

#108015 06/21/04 09:58 PM
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Don't know what the other wire is. Looks like cat 5. I would imagine the staples would be rusty after a while so I am guessing this is a recent "installation".


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