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November 1, 2005:
Working as the sun says goodbye

Sometimes the folks, the weather, the light, reflections and mood create a time for just absorbing some of what is going on around us. Late this afternoon was just one of those times. Here is a story of work as the sun says goodbye. Mostly without words.

Michael - taking a break and giving his hammer a lube job

David (left) and Bryan (right) are some of the unsung heros of this afternoon. The manage the water that keeps the dust down.

The 7550

and Chris

Skeletons bathed in low light

Michael's wife, Tina, was the first to email me. Their son, Joshua (I think) figured out I gave his dad's name to Jack Foley. Since this long distance introduction, I've watched Mike and Jack and learned much from both of them.

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