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Last Saturday, it was discovered that the propane pump was not running. It might have stopped account a blown head gasket. Anyway, the new motor was removed from the pump and the old motor installed. Pump was back in operation Monday. Today, Chip is on his way to Hastings with the new motor to get it repaired. Motor only had operated for 300 hours.

Today, the electrician and plumbers are working on the comfort station and roofer is installing the metal roof. The new aluminum building covering the propane pump will be erected next Saturday.

George L. Scheil
Raytown, Missouri
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