Friday, April 23, 2010

Sweepin' Pelican

Spring arrived in Eagan and so have the street sweepers. Time to sweep the streets and clean up our city. I think the driver was gone on his lunch break?

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  1. Snart kommer de fram her også :) Da blir det pent i gatene igjen.


    God helg Leif :)

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  2. c'est moderne chez toi, pour le nettoyage de la ville

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  3. Cutie yellow sweepin' pelican jeep :)

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  4. I have seen bobcats and caterpillars, but never a pellican!

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  5. Wouldn't it be fun to climb in and go for a spin? Did you check to see if the key was still there?

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  6. No, he was hiding in the bushes behind the street sweeper lighting up a big ol' doobie!

    Hey, that's what they do in California, so why not in Minny-sota?

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  7. Cute name for this contraption!

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  8. That's a fascinating piece of machinery for me. Our street sweepers are all people!

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  9. It must be a nice place where one is able to leave such a large machine parked on the street.
    Over here, the streets are as well cleaned by human force. Please have a wonderful start into the weekend.
    p.s.: wonder whether the tree of your header has already leafes?

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  10. That's such a fancy-schmancy machine. Kerchoo! I know the work has to be done...kerchoo...but I am allergic to dust. Kerchoo!

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  11. what a cute truck . . .

    I posted more shots of that mosque you asked about.

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  12. Cute, and very different from sweepers here, which have their brushes in the front. Somehow they remind me of antennae moving and I call them 'cockroach' sweepers, though doubt anyone else does!

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  13. Our city council here can't afford to purchase this machine.As you can see they use human power to sweep the street as early as 04:00AM(Morning).

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