Had to come back in and say Maggie, praying Cecil will either come home on his own or be found at the pound. I know your heart is breaking. Thoughts are with you.
Jean: Don't know why they call it a pithog, but I have never seen it. Jack described it to me as a machine that keeps the sludge moving. What happened yesterday is they had to replace these electrical cables about the size of your forearm and they had to pull them out of the sludge and then replace them. I don't know exactly how they do that, but it takes a lot of strength I guess. They stand on the boat and pull the cables. I don't exactly know the process but they are replacing the old cables with the new ones today.
Susan: Have fun at your potluck! The guys did a great job on the marathon.