Pavement Ends
James Baughn

Be careful what you wish for

Posted Monday, May 9, 2011, at 10:30 AM


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  • Hoo Boy, "Wop on a Romp", spent a lot of hours, days, and weeks over at the Lake, from State Park, to People's Creek, Redman Creek, to Ruth and Earl's, The Big Cove, the Explorer Base Cabin, and back and forth across the Dam, both in the water, skiing, or hauling the boat!! Don't forget Clay's place!!! Lot's of friends have/had cabins over there, lots of memories, but Mother Nature has her say no matter what!!Thoughts and prayers for all the folks affected and thanks James for another good blog, molater, kkr

    -- Posted by kkcaver47 on Mon, May 9, 2011, at 12:19 PM
  • does this mean all of the fish made their get away ?

    -- Posted by Smoke. on Mon, May 9, 2011, at 12:57 PM
  • Yes, well it would be nice if the Governor had seen fit to include Wayne county in the disaster declaration. As your article states, the businesses in Wayne county will be affected all summer, not counting all the county roads out of commission. How that is not an economic disaster in a poor county, I don't know? And Wayne county helped get him elected, one would think he would want to help out the county.

    -- Posted by Satchamo on Thu, May 12, 2011, at 1:00 PM
  • Little known fact: Wappapello is a old indian word for "No Fish"

    -- Posted by Joe Dirte on Thu, May 12, 2011, at 3:42 PM