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After the Flood

With no idea when the water would recede and I could get back to work, I paid for a week at a campground. With nightly rates being very high in the oil patch, that was a bargain even if I didn’t stay a week. I ended up staying 4 nights which did come . . . → Read More: After the Flood

Flood 2!

They say the second movie is never as good as the first. With floods, that just ain’t so! We got a really hard rain in on Sunday. It lasted much longer than the usual 2 minute Texas rain. When the ranch manager came by to let the horses loose and told me to . . . → Read More: Flood 2!

Government Shutdown Ended – Now What?

With several states hurting for tourist dollars and working out deals to re-open national parks, the government finally came to an agreement to re-open for business. National parks, forests, landmarks, and BLM lands are once again inviting the public in to ooh and ahh at nature’s wonders while spending their hard earned cash . . . → Read More: Government Shutdown Ended – Now What?

Some National Parks Re-opening Temporarily

Due to the efforts of state governors to provide payments to re-open and run several national parks for 10 days, several parks will be re-opening on October 12th. While they may pursue getting re-paid by the government when this farce is over, there is no guarantee they will be reimbursed nor that government . . . → Read More: Some National Parks Re-opening Temporarily