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Date:9/18/2014 5:33:05 AM
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Rigger Casey
Climbs the main stay ropes to the top and begins his daily check on all the ropes and fixin's careful to check the pulleys to the main sail as well. Finding a frayed line he climbs back down and hurries to the supply room off the kitchen for new ropes.
Back up the rope Rigger Casey scurries, a knife in his beak. The new rope slung over his wing.
"Ay Lingo, Eyes up son" Casey calls as he cuts through the old rope and drops it to the main deck of the Pearl.
Lingo quickly gathers it up and sets to mending the frayed end.
Casey holds fast with one foot, as he leans out to feed the line through the large main pulley. The pulley needs greased, so Cassey opens the bottle in his pocket, and gets the wheels working like new. The rope in place once more he climbs down.
Captain Sam passes by, Casey Stands at Attention, snapping a quick salute, before heading to Lingo's aid at the repair job.
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