Rescue of a life-time.. or the year at the very least.

From: Patrick Finnegan <>
Date: Fri Sep 17 11:26:26 2004

On Friday 17 September 2004 06:56, John Foust wrote:
> At 01:21 AM 9/17/2004, Patrick Finnegan wrote:
> >We left here at 8am on Tuesday morning, picked up the Truck in
> > Waukesa, WI, around 12:15, and got to the place before 12:30,
> > avoiding too much bad traffic driving through Chicago a bit after
> > morning rush hour. The building the machines have been stored in
> > for the last decade (or more) is an old limestone building in
> > downtown Waukesa, which according to the guy who was trying to
> > clear out the stuff used to be a brewery - fitting for an old
> > building near Milwaukee. : )
> Argh! That's "Waukesha" - 35 minutes down a country road from me.
> You know, if you guys weren't so close-to-the-vest about rescues,
> you might be able to recruit free labor (free as in beer) from
> the locals if you notified the list.

You're right on the name, I managed to mistype it. I had a couple of
people with me, and we had plenty of people to get the stuff loaded up
actually. Fortunately the guy who had the stuff (Alan) had a forklift
to lift the stuff up to the third story of the building where the
loading dock is... the building is on/in the side of a steep hill, so
the third floor is actually at ground level on the back side of the

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