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toesupwa

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« on: July 08, 2008, 05:55:43 am »

200+ channels to watch over here on cable TV...

And what did i end up finding the most interesting?..

Top Gear on BBC America...  >>:-( >>:-( >>:-( >>:-(

'Kin typical!
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Re: BBC America
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2008, 08:41:41 am »


Does the Stig drive on the right in the American version of Top Gear?!?!?     ::)

Just looked you up on Google Earth, that a BIG train marshalling yard near you!
What a lot of small boats down by Tomahawk Island!!!
( Vancouver, Washington )
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Re: BBC America
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2008, 03:22:56 pm »


Does the Stig drive on the right in the American version of Top Gear?!?!?     ::)

Just looked you up on Google Earth, that a BIG train marshalling yard near you!
What a lot of small boats down by Tomahawk Island!!!
( Vancouver, Washington )


Yes Martin... of course he does... though the steering wheel is still on the left... on most cars  :P

There is a reasonably big marshalling yard the other side of the I5.. though it doesnt seem that busy when we did a 'drive by' the other day. Its a point where the big ships can get to on the Columbia, some 'stuff' goes North / South via Rail... and a lot goes up river via BIG barge and pusher tug. There looks like there might be some push tug / boat pics coming by the way...  O0

This part of the Columbia is good for small boats... and out towards the coast. Inland there can be some very high winds due to the shape of the Columbia gorge... ideal for the windsurfing crowd.

By the way, we are to the East of the I205.... and if you look 40 miles North of us, you can see Mt St Helens...  :D
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