I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed going.That's not a trip report....it's a book!
Very enjoyable read...thanks for posting along with the accompanying photo's.
I'm glad you enjoyed it. And you already know there is a second volume on the way as soon as I can find the time to go back up there.
Thank you. Is it any surprise to anyone that I really like writing. I have actually written a book and it's 1,200 pages long and in need of some serious editing to bring it back under 600 pages to where it could be commercialized.Again Wow!......What a Book!!
I love getting down and dirty. What I don't mention a lot is that my PV Career started unclogging toilets. I wasn't originally in on board services I was in mechanical. I actually transitioned to on board services a year or two into my career. I'm really good with people because I love talking and learning other points of view. Of course my knack for languages is also an added benefit. I always compare mechanical and OBS as needing the same skillset both require fixing complicated problems with a limited amount of tools in a limited amount of time. The only difference is mechanical problems can't talk yell at you.I knew you enjoyed rendering on board services, but I never realized you also enjoy "getting down and dirty", (or up and dirty, as the case may be)
Anyway, I have a newfound respect for your obvious mechanical abilities....
A swimming pool at a train station!? Please elaborate.