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Sunday, June 18, 2017

LAST WASHOUT


My good friend Jeff, and I about 12 miles north of Hiway 90 at the last washout on Pandale road, it took about 45 minutes to maneuver the truck over the obstacles, with Jeff's help, it was a lot worse than the photo's show, ya'll have agreat weekend and tell your dad hello for me if you can,
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Thursday, June 1, 2017

FIRST WASH OUT SOUTH BOUND FROM PECOS RIVER @ PANDALE

This is what we first encountered when we left the river crossing, no barricades, or anything to indicate the road was washed out,.



The photo does not do justice to being there, it was about 3 feet straight down, then up to get through it after piling rocks on the edge, we eased through, but this was the easy one, more later.
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

PANDALE ROAD TO LANGTRY

Hi folks, just a minute to post, will try to again sooner than later.
Just a few from the Pecos river crossing area on Pandale road south of I10 in April.


My friend Jeff had never been on this road, so it turned out to be quite an adventure for both of us, more on that later.




We were there right after a flood, and were in for a surprise as we went south from Pandale.

The flood water was about 20 feet OVER that Pecos river bridge in the background.


Now, on south on Pandale road.
This was one of 2 very tricky to traverse obstacles.............more on that in the next post.

Hope you are all well, we have had some hiccups like everyone, more on that later too.
Take care, tell your family and friends how important they are to you, and thanks for stopping in, ps, don't take this road till you verify condition with County Sheriff, please.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

PINTO CANYON AND FM170 WEST OF LAJITAS









Howdy folks, been gone a while, but busy, was here last few days, just a few to say hello and I'm back.

Sunday, September 11, 2016





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Whitley canyon at the ranch  9/4 16.
The water was 8 or 10 ft deep, about 150 to 200 yards wide and scrubbed the canyon clean, and washed out the road. I have never seen it like that in 15 years.

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