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Pretty big mess as opposed to smaller mess. Once again Santa has to deal with MIA packages. So I'm going to say this is the "Venus in Retrograde shadow period" derailment.

Hope no more.

Train derailed in Turner Co. (walb.com)



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I was thinking "that's not so bad", then the drone kept flying.

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Hmmm....did it pick the switch?

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Down there on the GS&F, between Macon and Valdosta.

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Cy Valley wrote:

Down there on the GS&F, between Macon and Valdosta.


 In engine school it was funny (to me anyway) to hear those GA guys pronounce Valdosta.



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I've got a soft spot in my heart for Valdosta, because of the many kindnesses people showed us after we spent a week there in July, 1991, after our encounter with a log truck.



-- Edited by Cy Valley on Monday 20th of December 2021 09:11:15 AM

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Cy Valley wrote:

I've got a soft spot in my heart for Valdosta, because of the many kindnesses people showed us after we spent a week there in July, 1991, after our encounter with a log truck.



-- Edited by Cy Valley on Monday 20th of December 2021 09:11:15 AM


 Along time ago 1999 were driving from VA to TX in a church van because the rental company cancelled, and my aunt somehow was able to use her churches van.  At a rest stop in NC I asked my dad if the dripping green coolant was a big deal, he said no.  The next day after we crossed from GA to AL the hose burst.  A random trucker and his little son took my dad into town where he bought a new hose and coolant, and we were on our way.  



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