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UE Location DB > Alma College > Construction Guys Everywhere!!! (Viewed 880 times)
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Construction Guys Everywhere!!!
< on 8/4/2004 11:19 PM >
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Went to St. Thomas today (as i somehow just found out about this glorious place the other day!!!!) I couldn't even scout the place properly there were so many people around (mostly Battlefield construction guys, but some "Suits" as well). They had lights all set up inside the main building and were working like little busy bees. I gues the exploring is on hold for a while (sigh). Bummer. I really, really wanted to check that out.




p.s. I went directly to the old medical exam building at the phsyc hospital in London, to do a little scouting there as well. (it went a little better) if anyone has any advice on entries it would be greatly appreciated.

p.p.s. I know of a few places around the chatham ontario places if anyone would like to exchange some info. I've been doing this since i was a kid, but i had no idea that there was such a following. If anyone is in the London area and wants to go on some outings within a couple of hours of town let me know. (I'm sure it couldn't hurt your team to have a Locksmith onboard.)

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