Don't you have those armor plated speed bumps there?
Sharon Robertson Bonds, PE
363 Fifth Avenue, Third Floor
San Diego, California 92101
From: Caldwell, Stan [SMTP:scaldwell(--nospam--at)halff.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 2:43 PM
Subject: RE: Signs of Spring
Your link appears to be dead, so I'll just have to guess ......
Let's see now, suburb of Houston, new lawn, hot, humid, probably
raining, is it ......
1] A 6" Cockroach? (probably named Katy)
2] A 6' Snake? (probably a Cottonmouth)
3] A big, ugly, hairy, Tarantula?
4] A 4' diameter Fire Ant mound?
5] A Scorpion?
6] An old, rusty hubcap?
7] An old, baby blue Houston Oilers foam hand?
8] A patch a 6' high Black-eyed Susans?
9] Genuine, indestructible, Johnson Grass?
10] Somebody who's been shot?
My mind is really spinning now, but I give up in utter frustration.
Stan Caldwell in Dallas
(far away from Houston)
From: Bill Polhemus [ mailto:bill(--nospam--at)polhemus.cc
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 3:55 PM
To: SEAINT; Aec-Residential@Polhemus. Cc
Subject: Signs of Spring
Ah, the wonderful signs of spring!
The Robin Red-Breast, the Meadowlark!
Of course, I live in Southeast Texas, so we have our own peculiar
Click below to see the charming fellow I found in my (newly seeded
sprouting) backyard not an hour ago:
William L. Polhemus, Jr., P.E.
Polhemus Engineering Company
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