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Flooding in Menard County #7507577 05/08/19 08:59 PM
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San Saba River is on another big rise. Las Moras, Celery, Harris Hollow and Elm Creeks are also rolling. I heard a report that Poor Hollow was over Hwy. 190 in eastern Schleicher County.
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Gary

Re: Flooding in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7507647 05/08/19 10:09 PM
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Don't live out that way but this is a good website to check for road closures, including due to flood.

https://drivetexas.org/#/8/30.491/-97.143?future=false


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Re: Flooding in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7508352 05/09/19 04:53 PM
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I wouldn't doubt it. I heard one report of more than 7" of rain in Mason County from yesterday's storms.


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Re: Flooding in Menard County [Re: gary roberson] #7508580 05/09/19 11:07 PM
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We used to hunt just west of 'Poor hollow' on the figure 3 ranch. Loved that area. Our south entrance was the caliche road that takes you to the fort and big juicy cheeseburgers at the trading post. Just heard recently that the owner, 'Pete' passed. You're a lucky man to live down there, Gary. flehan used to go to Sam and Peggy's club, 'the pasture', on saturday nights. Sam could make a heckuva burger too.

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