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Joe Griffin Photography has another aerial and it's starting to take shape.
that's just GLORIOUS!!!
That is so sexy. I just looked at the webcam and it looks like Waco's been getting its first real rain since construction really got going. Things look sloppy out there. We've been really fortunate with weather so far. I hope we don't run into any prolonged bad weather that could cause a significant delay.
Can't wait to be there!!
yeah, i'm kinda torn on that issue. the entire state needs rain so badly that it's tough to complain if we get a lot of it over the next few months.
i do hope that we avoid any MAJOR weather issues like floods, tornados, etc. that will put people in serious danger as well as delay construction if they occur in that area.
This makes me all tingly inside. I'm so pumped.
Looking at the rain in Waco and looking at that picture. Gotta be a muddy mess right now.
I need a tissue.
That's not a tarp is it?
What you did there... I see.
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Looks dry today. Once they fix the grading of the area it should drain much better. River is up which is great to see.
Talked with Todd Patulski at the WBB game last night and he said that they hope to have a video construction camera up in the next couple of weeks.
Great. The one from tx.dot could be linked into, I'd assume. If they shoot it from the back of the law school it would give a different view.
Downside of the river is that it's always ugly after a rain.
Pro Ecclesia, Pro Mundus
Waco reported 4.63 inches of rain which we really needed. More to come this weekend.
Not sure what DFW got, but most lakes were down 4-6 feet. The two straight days should have helped bring them up a bit.
looks like Frisco got just under 3", which shocks me a little. we must've just missed a lot of the heavy rains that some other cities up here got.
Still, you're absolutely correct on the past two days helping out w/ the lakes and rivers in Texas. two straight days of rain, some of it really heavy, and the cooler weather meant that the bodies of water got a lot more runoff than they would in the spring or summer.
I know FM had 2.5 on the first day, but I forgot to check the 2nd. Grapevine was 6 feet down.
Poor Medina Lake is still well over 70' below full. All kinds of interesting stuff is being discovered that have been under water for decades.
I was promised crystal clear blue water in my river...I demand a refund!
Right!? I want the water that they promised on those digital renderings of the stadium!!!
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