|City Gas Lease Revenue In Action|
A few days ago I noticed that the sign I'd blogged about previously, September 10, to be precise, in a blogging titled "Fort Worth's Quanah Parker Park Is Closed Thanks To City Gas Lease Revenue In Action," appeared to have changed.
So I parked at Quanah Parker Park for a quick look at the sign and my favorite Pecan Tree.
Well, the sign really had not changed all that much. Previously it had a notice tacked on informing wannabe park visitors that the park was closed. That has been removed.
I had not noticed, when I saw this sign the first time, that near the bottom it says "Scheduled Completion Date Year 2011."
|Old Heritage Pecan Tree|
Action such as Informative Acorn Signage, Such as the acorn signage identifying the special, old, heritage Pecan Tree that lives in Quanah Parker Park.
Other gas lease revenue in action includes cement slabs on which, I think, eventually, park benches will sit.
New litter barrels have shown up along the paved trail.
A new section of paved trail has been paved, giving the few who walk this trail a short cut bypass detour, for which I have not been able to fathom the reason precious city gas lease revenue went into action to pave that new trail.
Some road work has taken place, fixing flood damage. I assume that was part of the city gas lease revenue in action.
There are likely other Quanah Parker Park examples of the city gas lease revenue in action that I am either forgetting or have not noticed.
Changing the subject to my favorite, the weather.
It is currently 65 degrees in the outer world at my location. I have my windows open.
Changing the subject again, this time to Thanksgiving.
I'm already ready for tomorrow's Turkey Buffet. Today I made cranberry sauce, brown rice stuffing and pumpkin pie using vanilla yogurt instead of condensed milk. The pumpkin pie came out real tasty.