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- Jul 7, 2016
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- Acorn Ridge
Help me out do I not know anything yes I'm going to Kansas and my favorite hole is mud got any water newsReality check people, where are we going to put the 6000 displaced NR that have already planned a trip to Kansas?
I know, I know it can take just 1 monsoon to fill up 8 enormous pools but it ain’t happening this year.
i have seen an entire Cosco built in 3 months but apparently it takes a state contract 8 months to repair the most important gate. Wonder if uncle Stuart has a place for all these NR, I mean neosho can only handle another 150 people
gonna be a long elbow to elbow season this year.
a year or two straight of dry conditions to work in that lets them set the stage for the next ten years may be beneficial beyond belief. A normal year they may only get four or so months to do all the work before flooding for the next season begins. with the normal burning, disking, and planting they do that doesn’t leave a lot of time to keep the ditches cleared or dug out. Refineries do everyday maintenance to keep the plant running but still shutdown for periods to conduct a turnaround. Think long term gain
It's still mud. At this point, it will take a monumental event to put enough water in your favorite mud hole to make the trip viable.Help me out do I not know anything yes I'm going to Kansas and my favorite hole is mud got any water news