Theophil Syslo, Staff photo Phil Boudrieau, of Ridgeland, worker for Master Blaster Surface Preparation, uses an air compressor to clean off bits of recycled glass that was used earlier for sandblasting the old paint off of the large buoy  known as the Traveling Buoy off of London Ave. and 9th Street in Port Royal on July 31, 2014.
Theophil Syslo, Staff photo Phil Boudrieau, of Ridgeland, worker for Master Blaster Surface Preparation, uses an air compressor to clean off bits of recycled glass that was used earlier for sandblasting the old paint off of the large buoy known as the Traveling Buoy off of London Ave. and 9th Street in Port Royal on July 31, 2014. Theophil Syslo
Theophil Syslo, Staff photo Phil Boudrieau, of Ridgeland, worker for Master Blaster Surface Preparation, uses an air compressor to clean off bits of recycled glass that was used earlier for sandblasting the old paint off of the large buoy known as the Traveling Buoy off of London Ave. and 9th Street in Port Royal on July 31, 2014. Theophil Syslo

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