Tag: fall weather

LEAF BLOWER Monday

LEAF BLOWER Monday

| October 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Outside my window lives a fig tree, typical of the warmer climes and now quite happy in the northern reaches of North Central Texas. This time of year the leaves crisp to their death, all at once, and hang around waiting to be blown down covering the dog graves scattered underneath. This morning before light, […]

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MONDAY MORNING TIPPING POINTS

MONDAY MORNING TIPPING POINTS

| September 28, 2020 | 2 Comments

Welcome to your Monday Morning Sidewalk! The big question of the fall, and winter of 2020-21 is, “Well, where do we go from here?” I would like to think the summer is endless, and the carp will be around for twelve months for the first time ever … but we know none of that is […]

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Monday Morning Sidewalk

Monday Morning Sidewalk

| October 29, 2018 | 1 Comment

Good Monday Morning, and yes it IS Good. Barely a dozen hours ago I was floating around the park picnic tables and barbecue pits on Lake Ray Roberts, Texas. A great flood is one way to scour the pits and clean the undersides of all those aluminum picnic tables. It’s still a strange scene. And […]

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