Had a wonderful early a.m. lesson on how a pile driver works. I appreciate the patience with which my questions were answered as well as the opportunity to see a perfect demonstration.
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I tagged along with Aaron, Tiger, and Chad for a few hours work on the Greasy Pole reconstruction a couple weekends back (Sunday, December 11th) and took some pictures.
It was a beautiful, crisp day in the harbor.
Cheers, Betsy Goldman
Does anyone bring you greasy pole coverage like we do? C’mon now!
Kathy Chapman reports
Just came back from scouting out the GP situation…here’s what I know…
The pile-driving crew just drove in a test piling and located the anchor points before the wind picked up and they had to stop. The pilings will be driven into the mud 10 feet and pounded in another (roughly) 2 feet before it’s all said and done. Work will resume again on Black Friday, if there are calm winds. All work will be done at high tide in a four-hour window. They will drive in 6 poles and then make a platform that attaches at the top.