Murray mouth dredging to continue this summer on his way to Canada.
“It’s all still being충주출장안마 충주출장샵 sorted out,” he said. “I won’t tell you what’s going on, but it’s a tough situation. It’s going well.”
In an interview this week, the captain said the situation with the boat was not entirely the blame of his own rudder. He admitted the speed limit is not what they needed for the Canadian shore crossing.
“What happened was, we were getting into our turn. We’d got the lights on, and when they changed to red, it was a situation that didn’t quite meet the speed limit,” he said. “It wasn’t a mechanical problem, and it took us a couple of laps to realize that. When we changed 바카라 게임to green, then suddenly the car goes flat out on the bridge. It wasn’t my fault, but it was my car.
“The biggest thing is to just wait for the coast guard. We got up the coast guard’s gate, and the other boat is heading to the bridge. I don’t know where the coast guard is and where they are. And it wasn’t a mechanical issue; it was a safety issue. The first time they do that, you can see it’s bad.
“It wasn’t that the car was flat out on the bridge, it was my car. It was a safety issue.”
The second half of June is the next point of sailing for the trip that will take Ryan back to the U.S. for what appears to be a final vacation. For the final stop on this trip, Ryan will take the route that was used at the last few seasons to leave Europe for his wife and three kids before heading west for온라인 카지노 사이트 a two-month vacation with his family in Vancouver.
It won’t be long before Ryan’s trip to Europe comes to an end. By then, he said he plans to land in Canada, where he plans to continue his education and begin the final season of his eligibility at BC College of the Coast.
“I want to go back home,” he said.
It’s another story for the coach who, just 10 days ago, told CTV Vancouver the team’s season will not end until Oct. 1. And if the season is an extended walk through the sun, there’s no telling what could happen.
For now, Ryan’s career on the Great North Road will continue unabated. With a few more months of summer off, he could be riding th