Monthly Archives: November 2012

Headed for the house

Well as I write this I am at 39,000 ft onboard a Southwest Airlines 737, and boy it feels good to be headed home. For no reason in particular in was a long hitch and I am certainly feeling it. … Continue reading

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Photo of the week 11/10/12

The best part of being on the day watch, sunsets….

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The .45%

Today on veterans day, a friend from high school’s status summed up a lot of what I feel about the nation in general and the utmost respect I have for people, like himself, who have chosen to serve. The 0.45% … Continue reading

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How big is “Big Oil”?

As you all know I work as a mate on an OSV in the Gulf of Mexico. The time standing by offshore often turns into deep thinking for me, and yesterday morning while I was coming into Fourchon the general … Continue reading

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Photo of the week 11/4/12 “Diggin’ her heels in”

Posted on the tugboatinformation.com Facebook group, by Capt. Dave Miner, is this great shot of Foss’s tractor tug America. She’s putting on the brakes for the tanker Overseas Tampa in Richmond California.

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Gary Rook

The newest ECO 300′ Gary Rook, just arrived in the bayou this evening.

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