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The "Original" Kittom Lumber Company. Part III
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 Posted: Thu Oct 12th, 2017 02:30 am
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Not sure, but I think I see wheels under the boiler and the beast looks to my eye to be wrecked.:old dude:

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Well, last week Smitty was assigned to dig some dirt so the engine house doors could be hung. Unfortunately, Mr. Smitty went wild with his new “DREMELLO”tool and cut into the electrical wiring in the foam he had forgotten about from last years work. Big Boss Man had to put four guys on the job to dig up the wiring, repair the wiring, replace the dirt and finally hang the engine house doors.






Well, today they saw their work was paid off as the engine house doors swung open revealing a real steam spittin’, fire breathing, Little Porter Lokie ready for a days work………….






………. of moving big timber.




Thanks for looking and hearing my....Errr Smitty's confession about the cut wiring. Forgetful Doc Tom

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Love the diagonally boarded doors. Looking forward to seeing the roof to keep the rain out!



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Bad move Smitty, You should have called that 800 number "call before you dig"

Of course, cell service might be poor in that area.


Great work, Doc!


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slateworks wrote: Love the diagonally boarded doors. Looking forward to seeing the roof to keep the rain out!Thanks Doug. Delaying the roof a bit to get stuff and dirt into the interior.



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Herb Kephart wrote: Bad move Smitty, You should have called that 800 number "call before you dig"

Of course, cell service might be poor in that area.


Great work, Doc!


Herb

No idea what Smitty was thinking about on that important day of the BIG DIG.



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