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Old 09-21-2011, 08:37 AM
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Think you know of a low lake?





I guess we’re lucky. Would hate to be here…..



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Old 09-21-2011, 08:44 AM
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Yikes...That is why I live on Lake Erie. We may have bad winters but the summers are great....usually.
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I think one of those cell phones were mine!!!
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It truly does suck down here, and not just because of the low lakes. All the wild fires, water bans, and even the cost of water make it pretty crappy. Everyday there is a new fire burning on Fort Hood. I cant wait for rain, I am gonna lay out in the yard and soak it up for a while when it does get here
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I think one of those cell phones were mine!!!
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A friend of mine is going to Austin tonight to pick up a boat. The owner has given up on boating after their lake dropped 15 feet.
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wow..that looks REAL bad...wish you guys would have gotten LEE and not us. well all the crap that needs to be cleaned up off the bottom should be easy to get to now
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well,people always say things are bigger in texas.
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Wow. That's awful!
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That's the good thing about boating on tidal water. It's always raining somewhere in the world.
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