Monthly Archives: September 2013

Follow Up to Yorktown

This is Clayton Rayes and this is a snapshot of a moment in time. Yesterday around 5 pm he and his wife drove into our gate. He’s a landowner and receiving royalties from one of the older wells here. He … Continue reading

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Yorktown

“Age is a clever thief. It takes a little from you each day, so you’re not aware of your loss until it’s irreversible.” From “Light of the World” by James Lee Burke If it wasn’t for rain and fog, manning … Continue reading

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The Event – Rain

“If you don’t like the way I drive, stay off the sidewalk.” – Unknown Normally, rain is not news worthy. However, here in drought stricken Texas, it is the nectar of the Gods. Yesterday 3 inches of the nectar fell … Continue reading

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Mother Nature

    “People don’t change. They grow into what they always were.” From “Light of the World” by James Lee Burke The devastating flooding in Colorado reminds me of my personal experiences with the awesome power of nature. We lived in Golden, … Continue reading

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The seven deadly sins or, simply defined, arrogance.

“Sex and golf are the two things you can enjoy even if you’re not good at them.” ~ Kevin Costner Everyone has a flash point. A certain word or action that, when encountered, can and usually does push that person … Continue reading

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