How to Tugboat

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if one were to move tip #4 to

if one were to move tip #4 to the top of their list, i'd imagine that tip items 2 and 3 become less critical.

Rob more than 10 years ago

Very informative. I will

Very informative. I will consider your suggestions next time I plan a trip on a tugboat.

Mandy more than 10 years ago

I missed your blog. But I

I missed your blog. But I think I've told you this before.

Daniel more than 10 years ago

Love the graph: pretty and

Love the graph: pretty and useful at the same time. Also the rainy window pane--perhaps you would have smelled less diesel if you could have gone outside more. Umm. Is there an "outside" on a tugboat?

pattyo more than 10 years ago

i wonder how those tugboat

i wonder how those tugboat stats compare to the national average. bottlecaps: flipping and shooting eh? no spinning?

kristin more than 10 years ago

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