Hey Michael, I'm not sure how much info your looking for but it's a 1994 e-one 95' tower. There is one almost identical to ours in the next town over. I have heard rumors that there aren't too many out there. We've been told to be careful with her cause it's getting harder to find parts. Good truck but a little slow moving the main. On another note how's things in Alaska? My brother just moved up there last week to be a chef at a resort near Denali. He said there was still 2' of snow! Let me know if you want any other specifics and I can get them for you. Stay safe, Erbe
Hmm, yes. Let me tell you a story. So I was helping out with the FF1 class a few weeks ago and one of the instructors asked me to give Garrett (whose name I thought was Pippen) a hug. I gave him a kiss on the cheek and he blushed deep red. So, I ran by the class a few weeks later and dropped off a chocolate cup with flowers on it for him. He returned the embarrassment by sending me flowers at work. Trust me, I got alot of interest in it at the station. Paybacks are a b****....
Yeah, I just may...Hey, I need someone in the know over there. What do you know about the roses delivered to my fire station from Garrett...and how do I get that kid back? It's easy as hell to make him blush, but I need something better and more embarrassing...what to do, what to do...
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