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9th September 2008, 22:05
Alan ( SN Member ) my 2nd son passed his orals yesterday and is now Chief of all the Engineers on his Tug Irving Spruce 4500 hp . We went trout fishing last night and did some serious damage ( perfect night with the fish rising and taking freely )
Oh happy Days Derek
9th September 2008, 22:11
Congratulations to Alan - certainly following in his father's footsteps! (Applause)
I bet the pair of you did some serious damage to a can or two, as well as the fish. (Thumb)
9th September 2008, 22:12
Congratulations to Alan and to you Derek (Thumb)
9th September 2008, 22:21
Well done Alan.
9th September 2008, 22:27
Freshly caught trout and cold beer--the perfect way to celebrate.
Congratulations, Alan and, of course, Derek, too.
9th September 2008, 23:06
Well done Alan
10th September 2008, 00:33
Chief Engineer's Daughter
10th September 2008, 04:40
Well done Alan!
10th September 2008, 04:51
Congratulations to Alan.
10th September 2008, 07:31
Many congratulations Alan
10th September 2008, 08:38
Congratulations Alan. (Thumb)
10th September 2008, 08:58
10th September 2008, 09:35
A chip off the old block, congratulations.
10th September 2008, 13:23
Well done mate, I wish I could have been with you for the fishing or maybe the beer...................pete
10th September 2008, 22:38
You are indeed a fortunate man Derek and many congratulations Alan - here's to you (Pint)
10th September 2008, 23:41
Congratulations to you both!
11th September 2008, 00:36
Many thanks to you all > Alan was going to reply to the thread but had to join a vessel ( Ink still wet on the ticket ) Going to Cape Breton for some Marine problem to be solved ASAP .
Our thanks for all the nice remarks . Derek
11th September 2008, 12:06
Congratulations Alan. Hope you have a long and happy career
11th September 2008, 20:26
Please pass my congratulations to Alan when you see him. He will enjoy a wonderful moment when he goes aboard his first ship as Chief. As you will know yourself, that lasts for about five minutes before the worry starts.
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