Saturday, October 30, 2010

damdone...






















72,85,44,0,C

16 comments:

gumo said...

If the Feds had done it, it would have taken a decade and billions of tax $. Good job.

shawn said...

Dam good. .

Allen Hare said...

That's getting 'er done! Now for some rain...

ezrablu said...

Damfast, too.

~mc~ said...

Damn.

pipsqeek said...

Now THAT is progress.

Dani said...

It looks so good I'm all dammed up with emotion

captaincrunch said...

Dam strait!

Texmom said...

Is there possibly any dam comment that hasn't been made? Dammit, I can't think of one.

I know you're proud of the dam, I hope it'll work a good, long time for you.

deguello said...

Two fish swim into a concrete wall. One turns to the other and says 'Dam!

rj said...

Actual Correspondence to Landowner with new Dam

Texaswedge said...

Are thoses the hours scribbled on Mr. Porters hand that he spent on the Dam Project? If so, that was dam quick. John, you got a lot of work out of Mr. Porter in a very short amount of time from what your pictures showed. Now if you can get a late season tropical storm to park on top of you for a few days you'll be in business. All the best from the Mahanay's.

Dizzy-Dick said...

Are you going to build an ark?

Gavin said...

There is a hurricane out there by Cuba... it's heading west. It might be the filler he needs.

Ben in Texas said...

How long you figer it will last IF it ever fills and starts washing over the to?

Carolyn Ohl-Johnson said...

I think impounding runoff is always exciting and I greatly look forward to watching the progress of your impoundment. Are you going to use the water for irrigation? I wish more property owners would do something like that. Terlingua Ranch could be dotted with beautiful oases. Have you ever seen Clanton Lake?