Buttermilk and Blood (Part 2): “For God’s Sake, Don’t Shoot” - In an attempt to break the blockade of trains by striking railroad workers, members of the Knights of Labor, the country’s biggest labor organization (see ...
Friday, May 11, 2012
There is evidence in the form of puddles that indicates some precipitation precipitated overnight. I did not hear any rain pitter pattering on my windows.
Due to the rain related potential mud issues I won't be doing any hill hiking today on the Tandy Hills. I am not a fan of muddy hiking.
I also won't be doing any swimming this morning because my pool is currently being shocked.
I don't know what my means will be today of acquiring some endorphin inducing aerobic stimulation.
I learned in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, this morning, that I won't be able to watch a movie at Fort Worth's new Trinity Uptown drive-in movie theater as soon as I thought I would. The Trinity River Vision Boondoggle's drive-in movie theater construction it taking longer than originally planned. Apparently problems arose regarding drainage, parking lots and landscaping.
J.D. Granger, he being the genius project engineer behind much of the Trinity River Vision Boondoggle, is fine with the delay. He just wants the project done right, no matter how long it takes.
When the Trinity Uptown drive-in movie theater opens it will be interesting to see if it will be as huge a success as the Cowtown Wakepark.