Rest Area 300m: Gutter Politics

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Gutter Politics

Usually St Patrick's day could mean a little time spent in the gutter.

I have spent the last two days there, - with a shovel.

In the trade, we call the area behind the channel, the debris bench.

We use a front end loader to scrape off, and pick up the debris and load it onto my truck.

A skilled operator will also clean 99% of the kerb and channel, but there is also a fair bit of shovel work.

In this area it is all rock, which is continually fretting away from the steep banks.

By the end of the day you are pretty knackered.

So there are stuff all politicians in our gutters.

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