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COVID Precautions

Krink noted in the chat how it seemed to take a long time

to change out crews on a train he was watching on one of those

internet rail Cameras. I was talking to a fellow hawg the other

nite and he told me that he was told that everyone was given

a spray bottle, and there are big drums of some kind of sanatizing

fluid at the safety stop. Before you board the engine you stop to top

off your spray bottle, and you are given ample time to wipe things

off to your satisfaction. (Did they remove all the warning signs that

 said DANGER 600 VOLTS)? After that ya gotta deal with whats 

going on with the locomotives, enable TO and PTC, (and wind up

calling to fix/enable/ or to continue as is), then call DS and get

the rest of the good news. 

If you see a train slowing and stopping and its safe to turn around

mite be wise to get a cuppa joe and a slice of pie.




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This time of year rhubarb/appple is "snippy's" favorite. Unless you got some blackberry cobbler and 'nila ice cream. Prefer the cobbler warm, thanks!


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My Rhubarb goes unpicked as I found last few years that rhubarb desserts give me heartburn. What else do you do
with rhubarb than to add a couple cups of sugar and make a dessert. Rhubarb cake is great. Rhubarb pie...no.
Timed just one BNSF WB crew change at W Fort Madison Sunday and it was exactly 12 minutes. I think 12-14 minutes
might be average. The meeting point of germs from Chicago and Kansas City.


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