its spelled Romulus, and the navel base part was shut down before I got
something about lost submarine in the deep part of the lake
the second 2 man sub found a carvern, and was lost as well
monies,and cost shut it down in during the cold era
but the storage depot was another story all together. thats where I was at.
yes, heavily armed, one of the most secure places in the world
not even a rabbit could get thru undetected
I cant talk about it further, except to say, id love to go hit some trials
there were some nice hills, and serious mud holes
we used to take hummers out and try to get em stuck
that was back when the first ones came out
I got a 2 1/2 ton stuck up to the doors, man that was a muddy day getting it
Nah...they had nukes. They did not want to advertise that
since this is NY and a peace loving peoples republic state,
I know crap about AF, but I know they also had state of the
art planes here.
Hey Ken....you play with snowmobiles ?
I never did, but I love the winter. If so, how is it in your
jp, I did back in the 70's/ early 80's. Almost got back in it a few
years back, but it became a time and money issue and we went with the
4 wheelers. Someone wouldn't have to twist my arm much for me to get
back into it. The WNY area is a snowmobilers haven, some of the best
trails in the state. I don't know much about the Niagara area, but
even Grand Island has excellent trails.
Looking for some advice. I'm currently under contract on a foreclosed property. The property has been winterized. The inspection has been completed except for inspecting the water pipes/system. My realtor and I were at the home when the company showed up to de-winterize the home. They were unable to de-winterize as the pressure test indicated no pressure.
What can be done? I don't want to buy a home without fully inspecting the water system.
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