Restart Of The Blog??

Who knows what I might take care of, but one thing is for certain, I have not kept up with this blog. So, am I now? Who knows. But I have good intentions, although my intentions seem to be forgotten from time to time, and that is something I really need to work on,

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So, if I get things all sorted out,maybe I will get the site running again instead of just paying for the dead horse thing.

It’s not that I really have all that much to say, nor do I really have anyone who would read much of anything that I would see about posting, but this could be a good thing for me to keep around and share items that interest me with others. Of course, I guess I could say that I would just see about sharing them with myself, for that is probably the only person who will be looking at the site.

Route 156 going from Ponca City to Marland
Route 156 going from Ponca City to Marland

The area had it’s fair share of flooding last month, now there hasn’t been any rain during the month of June, but that is helpful, for the farmers in the area really do need to see about getting their crops in, so maybe after they complete their tasks, we can get a little more rain. I believe Oklahoma had the rainiest month ever for May, and most all the lakes (except for three or four) are now completely full, along with everyone’s ponds, so it is quite helpful for the drought ridden area. However, we are in no way close to the issues with water that California is dealing with, so that is a very good thing as well.

The Marina at Kaw Lake
The Marina at Kaw Lake

The water at Kaw Lake wasn’t as high as it was in 1986 though, but only lacked a couple of feet to be running over the tops of the flood gates. I had to chuckle at the people in the area wanting the lake to release water, but the Corps of Engineers couldn’t, for the lakes downstream were all flooded and since Kaw Lake is part of the food control, the dam did what it was supposed to do, keeping some of the water held back and keeping the other lakes from flooding out parts of the state.

I have been on vacation for the past 336 hours (14 days) but have to return to the work of employment tomorrow. It was nice, I managed to get a few things accomplished, and was able to relax and enjoy myself. Now, completing the time off, thought I would see about getting the old website back on line, so now I need to start working at posting things at least a few times a week, but would love to get into the habit of posting daily. Stay tuned, we shall see how things work out!

Gazmuth