Thursday, March 5, 2020

Lake Wichita Boardwalk Over Water Nears Completion While In Fort Worth...

This first Thursday, fifth day of the 2020 version of March, with the outer world being void of clouds, and a temperature high today supposedly nearing 70, and despite ailing from what matches Coronavirus symptoms, it seemed like a good idea to turn the key on my motorized motion device and drive to Lake Wichita Dam to check out the current status of the building of a new Lake Wichita Boardwalk.

Well, as you can see, there has been a lot of progress since I last checked out this construction project. The signature vertical piers are now completed, with the boardwalk and railing installed atop the signature vertical piers.

As you can see this boardwalk is being built over actual water.

Whilst, meanwhile, for years now, Wichita Falls neighbor to the southeast, Fort Worth, has been struggling to build three simple little bridges over dry land to connect the Fort Worth mainland to an imaginary island.

Those Fort Worth bridges boast highly touted imaginary signature V-piers, with a design which looks like nothing special, despite the signature propaganda. The Fort Worth bridges, in their current un-finished state, look like simple freeway overpasses. Waiting for water to one day possibly flow beneath them.

If I remember correctly the new Lake Wichita Boardwalk is projected to be completed soon. Imagine that, undertaking a project over water with the funding to pay for the project in place before starting. And completing the project in a timely fashion.

Regarding Fort Worth's infamous ongoing Boondoggle fiasco. The attempt to tie Kay Granger to the Boondoggle, with Boondoggle disgruntled Republican voters voting to replace Granger with a right wing nutjob Trump acolyte, predictably failed.

It is now up to Democrat. Dr. Lisa Welch, to prescribe the cure to the Granger disease in the upcoming General Election with its anticipated Blue Wave Tsunami, with a few million bucks of help from Michael Bloomberg to counter the Granger machine's millions...

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