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At 11:11pm on April 22, 2010, Ivan D Gregory Jr said…
hey josh.how are you doing? how is the cdl going???????????/
At 2:45am on January 5, 2010, Christian Cossey said…
Thank you for the add. How are you doing? Hope your year is starting out well. Stay safe.
At 7:36pm on December 13, 2009, R Griffin said…
I like the remember when video on your department web page. BE SAFE!!!
At 8:54pm on December 8, 2009, Station10Capt106 said…
Glad to meet a fellow Hoosier firefighter. Take care!
At 12:34am on December 5, 2009, DALE G. PEKEL said…
Hey brother - Thanks for the comment! - Absolutely, I'm always looking for new and better ways to improve operations and the safety of our brothers/sisters. I typically post videos on my YouTube channel before I embed them on any other site - Here is the link....... http://www.youtube.com/user/FFDGP - Feel free to check it out.

Keep in touch and stay safe out there!
Dale G. Pekel
At 12:45am on October 18, 2009, Dave Bloom said…
Didn't reply on your discussion, because I didn't have any better advice than what was already there. But,I did want to say "Good Luck" in the election.
At 9:59am on October 3, 2009, Dustin J. Millis said…
Yeah were only about 25 minutes from the Illinois border. It's nice to be close enough to Chicago when you want to have some fun but just far enough away to still have the small town feel TCSS... Dustin
At 12:09am on September 29, 2009, Dustin J. Millis said…
Hey Josh, Hebron is in southern Porter County. Were kinda stuck between Lowell, Lakes of the Four Seasons, and Boone Grove.
At 2:34pm on April 15, 2009, Leslie Bertram said…
Thanks for adding me seeing as how I'm your WIFE ana all!!! LMAO
At 11:44am on April 4, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Well Cap, the cool thing is, she loves rail fanning as much as I do!! We've been chasing trains together for ten years now. She's really all for it! She's had the bug lately to go catch some CSX action up near Erie, but the weather, and her work schedule haven't been cooperating. Thanks for the congrats! Finally a woman who puts up with the fire service, and all my hobbies!! Can't beat that! Thanks again!
At 11:05pm on April 1, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Hi Cap, getting married(2nd time) May 1st. I think we're either going to Horseshoe curve, or Cumberland Maryland Holliday Inn, and staying in the Railroad room, for our honeymoon. It overlooks the CSX enterance tracks to Cumberland yard. That's CSXs busiest yard on the east coast, according to my research. Should be fun! I always thought Thurmond WV. was the busiest. I guess it's second busiest. I'll get some photos to share with you..
At 9:44pm on March 16, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Very cool Cap! I'll go check that out. I've only had two cab rides. One in an SD40T-2(Bessemer & Lake Erie), and the other was in a GE AC4400cw(CSX), both while rail fanning along the right of way with a camera in my hand. Took some shots out the windshields on each so when I got my photos back, I'd know I didn't dream it all!! And if you get time, check out thr OC&T railroad. It's a short line just 3 miles from me. They also have a couple Alco RS1s and an MLW unit. Nice railroad.
At 6:55pm on March 16, 2009, Captain 70 said…
I've been on some rides here in Indiana. I actually worked on a shortline in Knightstown. I've rode an RS-3, E8,E9, and I can run a GE 44 tonner. We had 2 on the line I worked on. Go to CKS Railroad and look at the pics. I'm in the white shirt and bibs.
At 4:33pm on March 16, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Hi Cap, Yea, we try to get down that way every year. Been to Railfest in Altoona a few times. We rode the excursion train around the curve and back. That was big fun! The tunnels were alot longer than I thought. If you ever get a chance, you should go to Railfest. It's worth the trip, and it's not terribly expensive.
At 8:33am on March 15, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Thanks Cap, I do love my trains! We used to go somewhere every weekend to photograph trains. Usually between Ashtabula, Ohio, and Buffalo, Ny., or the occasional trip down to Altoona, Pa. to the Horseshoe Curve. There are some beautiful little towns down that way, to shoot trains. I miss the Conrail blue, but how fitting it is to see NS thoroughbred locomotives rounding the Horseshoe curve. Which Railroad do you model in N scale? Thanks again cap.
At 11:28pm on March 14, 2009, Chris Sterling said…

Hi Cap, Thought you'd like a shot of my HO layout. Early stages though. Chris
At 8:18am on March 14, 2009, Chris Sterling said…
Hey Capt, Our engine 2 is a 99 3D ALF 1250/1250. It's a great truck, and the 330 cummins runs flawlessly always. It has a 7 speed fuller road ranger transmission. We added the Q2b just a year or so ago. I stumbled onto it in the attic at the station one day, and we put it right on.
At 6:01am on January 26, 2009, Chris Rohwer said…
I ran at Union City Ohio for awhile as part time EMS but gained quite a bit of fire ground experience there, but left due to politics and the fact that I broke my femur up there. This whole thing between the City of Greenville and the township fire dept. has just gotten out of hand.
At 12:30pm on December 15, 2008, Chief 29 said…
I did not want to bash any one and I hope it has not been taken that way.
I know by your reply that at least you understand my point of veiw.
Stay safe out there
At 5:41pm on November 10, 2008, Jenny Holderby said…
Josh, see if this helps you any.
http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title36/ar8/ch13.html
I don't know if that will transfer as a link, you may have to cut & paste the address in the browser.

Jen

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