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Old 10-30-2013, 04:34 PM   #5489
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We always go up to Queen Wilhomena Lodge and campground for Thanksgiving bou I think we may go up early to see the fall colors. One of many things we love about your state. We don't get that here in the Lone Star.
When we were at Lost Maples near Kerrville at end of Sept I wasn't sure if there would be much color this year sue to lack of rain. Well looks like they're getting some change and more on the way.
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Old 10-30-2013, 04:50 PM   #5490
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You guys haven't heard?

They have deleted the cent from our currency. No longer produced. Every price with $.02 and lower goes to the lower $.10 mark $.03 and higher goes to the next nickel mark. Same goes for $$.07 down to the nickel and $.08 and above to the $.10 above mark. Cent still accepted.
What's next? No nickels? If I get a cost of living raise will it jump to the next .10 if the percentage works out that way? Ponderous and thought provoking. Oh, wait, still have cents here....

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Wayne, your right on target!
Every time I tried growing anything in our front yard some rapscallion took em..
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We always go up to Queen Wilhomena Lodge and campground for Thanksgiving bou I think we may go up early to see the fall colors. One of many things we love about your state. We don't get that here in the Lone Star.
Well let us know when your coming, I may not give you the welcome Wayne did, I like to keep my hands in full view, but we will see about at least a short Curosity!
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One great heart stopping (fried) meal in my opinion, throw in a raw onion and ice tea and we'll be riding the rainbow!
You are going to batter and fry some of those onions (rings), aren't cha.
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Batter and deep fry some `rooms and 1/2 corn cobs, too. Wish I could make it. Any good fishing in that lake?
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Pretty good size lake so there should be some decent fishing.
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Pretty good size lake so there should be some decent fishing.
Probably fished-out near the CG.
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The three leaves closest to the melon stem are dried up. Think it's ready. Being wet, I might be able to taste it, but it's goin` in the fridge first. I like mine cold.


Lemon Drop Melon from Barb's seeds.
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Batter and deep fry some `rooms and 1/2 corn cobs, too. Wish I could make it. Any good fishing in that lake?
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Shane Goodner, owner of Catch’em All Guide Service said water temperature below Carpenter Dam is 53 degrees with clear conditions in the tailrace. Lake level has returned to normal with a highly reduced generation schedule. Rainbow trout fishing is excellent with quality limits of fish taken daily. Bank fishermen using redworms, nightcrawlers, wax worms or meal worms have done well presenting these baits with a bobber or just off the bottom with a marshmallow floater. Boaters trolling the main channels with shallow-running crankbaits have quickly recorded limits of trout in the 14-inch range. Spin fishermen casting Trout Magnets, Super Dupers and Little Cleos have had success in the reduced current. Crappie continue to inhabit the tailrace although the spawn is almost over. Live minnows and small jigs have been the baits of choice this season and have accounted for the best catches. A few walleye remain feeding and resting for the move downstream to the main body of the lake. These fish can still be caught trolling and fishing Carolina rigs tipped with minnows or nightcrawlers below the bridge. Large freshwater drum are spawning below the dam and are being caught on minnows and crawfish. Many of these fish are over 20 pounds and are ferocious fighters. Striper activity is low. Thousands of shad are moving into the tailrace to spawn every day, but little top-water action has been observed.
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Woo hoo love to fish trout! Thanks for that report Grand Poobah!
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Woo hoo love to fish trout! Thanks for that report Grand Poobah!
And look at the date - 1 year out.
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