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    I'd suggest peddling down to Panama, then back up...

    I'd suggest peddling down to Panama, then back up Mexico's east coast. By the time you make Texas, the weather should be much warmer.:)
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    Certainly, there's is good reason to see that. ...

    Certainly, there's is good reason to see that. But, speculators also have moved on. The big money was made and those who made it moved out, leaving the little guys holding the bag as the price...
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    The way the subject is treated around here, or...

    The way the subject is treated around here, or maybe not treated is the better descriptive, some appear to see advocacy as developmentally challenged.
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    Electric cars will evolve to provide space for 4...

    Electric cars will evolve to provide space for 4 or 5 and be as wide as something like the Civic. There's little reason to keep them small once the battery life issue is worked out. The Chevy...
  5. Thread: free maps?

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    No, it doesn't show all the FM/Ranch roads, only...

    No, it doesn't show all the FM/Ranch roads, only the major ones. I'm not sure there is any map that shows which have wide shoulders vs narrow. Its not atypical to be going along on any of the...
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    Maybe special, the short bus will pick you up...

    Maybe special, the short bus will pick you up this afternoon.:D
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    The extremely rare exception.

    The extremely rare exception.
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    :roflmao2::roflmao2::roflmao2::lol::lol::lol:

    :roflmao2::roflmao2::roflmao2::lol::lol::lol:
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    Are there ever any posts concerning proactive...

    Are there ever any posts concerning proactive advocacy or safety?
  10. I'd be surprised if they saw many birds. The...

    I'd be surprised if they saw many birds. The stock tanks and ponds are still salty I would guess
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    I'm not sure what that would be. The market sets...

    I'm not sure what that would be. The market sets the price. Of late, speculators have caused some of the run up in price and, as they've backed out of the market, the price has dropped. From what...
  12. Read on a fishing website that the San Luis...

    Read on a fishing website that the San Luis bridge is open now. Apparently, they're now letting people go on the west end of the island. The same poster said he hadn't been across the bridge and...
  13. Thread: free maps?

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    You usually don't have to go to the state to get...

    You usually don't have to go to the state to get the maps. Most states offer then either through their DOT or tourist bureau and you can order on-line or by mail. Texas' road map is adequate, but...
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    No disagreement that we face problems if there...

    No disagreement that we face problems if there are no changes in the near future. The very first step needs to be toward conservation of resources, especially petroleum. Unfortunately, the only...
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    While it would be great if everyone adopted at...

    While it would be great if everyone adopted at least a car light lifestyle tomorrow, I don't see that happening. I'm not an optimist in regards to the environment. I've been on the periphery of...
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    [QUOTE=Roody;7611950] No, I do not...

    No, I do not underestimate migration due to unpredictable economic and social forces. At this point, though there is trouble in the credit markets, resulting in an effect on other markets, there...
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    [quote=Dahon.Steve;7610173]This is what's...

    This is a good thing?

    Yes, slooooooowly some people are moving back to cities. Its the newest thing for singles and couples to move back to the city. For many, its the latest fad. The next...
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    But, you are wrong, mass transit can work in...

    But, you are wrong, mass transit can work in Houston. As for class warfare, reread your post to which I responded.
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    Poll: Though its been a while since I lived in a small...

    Though its been a while since I lived in a small space...my current home has 2200 sq ft, though 5 adults and one 5 year old live in it... my experience was that how livable a small space was had...
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    The smugness factor I see on this board isn't...

    The smugness factor I see on this board isn't from everyone, but there are more than a few who have that attitude. Some appear gleeful when gas prices go up or there are shortages creating long...
  21. The picture was of the Bluewater. As I...

    The picture was of the Bluewater. As I understand, it was taken near San Luis Pass. Actually, except for Rollover Pass, I think the Bolivar road faired a bit better, except for sand piled on the...
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    One caveat, its not waterproof.

    One caveat, its not waterproof.
  23. If you mean Bolivar, forget about it. That's...

    If you mean Bolivar, forget about it. That's major disaster. The best coastal rides are going to be along the middle and lower coast for the near future.
  24. The road between San Luis Pass and Surfside has ...

    The road between San Luis Pass and Surfside has a number of impassable areas. The Gulf owns parts of where the roadway was from the information I've seen on fishing websites. Both the west end of...
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    Change in the form of answers to the energy...

    Change in the form of answers to the energy crisis is going to come from many sectors of our society and economy.
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