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I remember this posting for a pilot and thought it was very well written and a break from the norm! Chill out Seeker!

It would be far more logical to dip the boot first, then add whiskey.... that way you don't risk losing any whiskey.

Seeker.......   I can not believe how you take this add, You did not need to tell us of your superior position of Safety OFFICER as we all probably could have guessed it. It is Safety Officers j

The last time I was in a bush camp (1982 ..SEBJ ) the tavern was open 7am to 9am and 7pm to 9 pm depending of what shift you were on.........but I do remember some people of taking advantage of both.

 

Sorry Elvis, but SEBJ/HQ camps can't be considered "camps". These are veritable villages, complete with bar/pub/disco and all of the amenities one can imagine : post office, library, convenience store(where you can buy booze), credit union, travel agent, massage parlor (the legit kind, or so I'm told.) EM-1 even had a full sports hall complete with a full-size gymnasium, an indoor hockey arena and a five-lane bowling alley for Pete's sake !!! :blink:

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Sorry Elvis, but SEBJ/HQ camps can't be considered "camps". These are veritable villages, complete with bar/pub/disco and all of the amenities one can imagine : post office, library, convenience store(where you can buy booze), credit union, travel agent, massage parlor (the legit kind, or so I'm told.) EM-1 even had a full sports hall complete with a full-size gymnasium, an indoor hockey arena and a five-lane bowling alley for Pete's sake !!! :blink:

Maybe now, but the SEBJ camps in the 70's were crap, HQ camps ++. It also depended if you were in a construction camp or an exploration camp.

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Sorry Elvis, but SEBJ/HQ camps can't be considered "camps". These are veritable villages, complete with bar/pub/disco and all of the amenities one can imagine : post office, library, convenience store(where you can buy booze), credit union, travel agent, massage parlor (the legit kind, or so I'm told.) EM-1 even had a full sports hall complete with a full-size gymnasium, an indoor hockey arena and a five-lane bowling alley for Pete's sake !!! :blink:

Maybe now, but the SEBJ camps in the 70's were crap, HQ camps ++. It also depended if you were in a construction camp or an exploration camp.

 

Yup, no kidding Elvis. I don't remember massage parlours, libraries, etc at places like NBR1. Having said that, seeing one of TQ's 205 pull into camp with the whole back full of cases of beer to stock the canteen was always a welcome sight! I don't remember any of the HQ camps having a canteen, but they were generally better camps. Places like GB2 &3, and over on the Romaine River were better camps than that one just outside of LG2. Can't remember the name. Lac Denise maybe?

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