New Carissa out of the sand 70 degrees

New Carissa being lifted from the sand

After some long days the concerted effort of the Titan crew and some unique heavy equipment, the New Carissa has moved. Some of us watched as it moved an inch at a time but Titan was there 24/7. They're not done yet but this was a major hurdle. Soon they will remove the engine and the propeller.
Gene LaRochelle

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Rowdey says ... on Saturday, Aug 9 at 8:08 PM

When are they going to remove the Peter Iredale?

Whomper says ... on Saturday, Aug 9 at 4:50 PM

Yeah, too bad. Maybe Oregon can replace it with some other eyesore.

genevieve wright says ... on Saturday, Aug 9 at 12:29 PM

why move it at all. let the sand have it. a lot of money spent for no reason. it won't pollute anything at all.

justcruisin says ... on Saturday, Aug 9 at 5:30 AM

IT will be very nice too see a clean beach again...no matter what the cost...

Bert Garmishan says ... on Friday, Aug 8 at 5:02 PM

I will miss seeing her. Its sad they are removing it

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