Why the big timber boom is making its way to the Pacific Ocean

In an attempt to make its way west, big timber boats are taking to the water in increasingly larger numbers.

In the past two weeks alone, six big-titled boats have been pulled out of the water at Key West, Florida, for a total of nearly $2 million.

The big-Titler boat was pulled out on June 14 at Key Key West’s Ship Lake, where the water level is about 1,100 feet.

It was taken by the Florida State Guard.

The second big-boat pulled out was in Key West on June 20, where it was towed to Key West International Airport and landed in the port.

In total, 11 big-boats have been towed out of Key West since June 22, according to state records.

The first big-bomber pulled out this week was pulled from the waters near Key West at the Port of Key Largo on June 24.

It weighed 1,300 pounds, according the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

The last big-boating incident occurred June 27, when a boat pulled from Lake Worth, Florida was spotted in the Port Harbor.

The boat was about 1.2 million pounds and was taken to the Port for a check-up, the commission said in a statement.

The U.S. Coast Guard and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.