It’s not that we don’t want newcomers…we just want them to know the rules. 😉
Lone Star Chronicles – Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Fish
You are looking at the net results of our most recent search on Lake Amistad for the gear that was taken from us by the June 20th flood on the Pecos River. Dan and I went back to the same area on Lake Amistad where his cameras had been found the week before, floating in a water-proof Pelican case. We were hoping to find our kayaks in the same vicinity, but this was all we came up with.
I’m fond of telling people that I’m not originally from Texas, but I got here as fast as I could. I was actually born and raised in Los Angeles and I spent many of my adult years stationed there as well. This makes me well qualified to tell you that California is a wreck. It was a mess back then, and it’s
In keeping with our theme this week–the power of social media–this story has just fallen into our lap, and so it’s time for a pop-up quiz. Tonight’s exercise is to catch the deer feeder thief seen here in these game cam shots. Apparently, homeboy here didn’t pick up on the fact that there might actually be a game cam next to the feeder he was stealing. As I’ve said before, these guys aren’t always
Ever have someone really torque your groinal area? I mean really just piss you off so badly that you wanted to tear their head off? I have a better idea. Kill ’em with kindness instead. No really. A kind comment will be the last thing they expect and may just give you the leg up…
If you ask, a lot of Texans will tell you they have no use for the citizenry of Oklahoma, especially during college football season, but I’d bet a beer that the Oklahoman who wrote this for sale ad would be an exception to this rule due to his sarcastic observations about life, society and his beloved