Yanko: What's kind of funny is that when we drop off a bunch of tourists
and when they are in another section of the mine, we will take the mine
motor and cars back out to bring in a second group of tourists. When some
of the tourists hear the rumbling (of the mine motor and cars) going back
out it sounds like a cave in or earth quake. I sort of smile and reassure
them that all is well. With the cold, this past Sat. we had a lot of ice
to chop of the tracks at the beginning of the mine. Our cold weather was
brutal for the lasts two weeks. They also say that the temperature is going
to go down to zero tomorrow morning with highs in the single digits.
At 05:32 PM 1/26/2003 -0700, you wrote:
>At 07:15 PM 1/26/2003 -0500, you wrote:
> >Hi All: I finally got connected and I feel a great relief come off my back.
> >I thought my brain cells finally took a nose dive into the unknown. How can
> >something so simple become so complicated. I'm truly glad to be among my
> >friends once again. Janko...I'm going to take Ron Matviyak into the No.9
> >coal mine next Sunday, good Lord willing.
> >Miner Dave
>Welcome aboard. I don't know if Ron can handle the cold back there. Take
>it easy on him and don't make any rock falling sounds while you're touring.
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