The Return of the Kuta!

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Stefan and I have spent the last 24 hours looking for Kuta and I was 100% sure that we would not see him again :(. Stefan hiked the entire town (it took 5 hours) looking for Kuta and we spent the entire rest of the day driving around trying to find him. Kuta never leaves the yard, so

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Help Us Find Kuta – Missing Dog

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Summer and I came home from Poker last night and Kuta wasn't here. We looked for him last night and I have been walking and driving around the neighborhood calling his name all morning but haven't found him yet. If you see Kuta, please call us or email us. Kuta came home...he isn't missing anymore! Kuta is an

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Manly Work

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When Stefan got the great idea of continuing our blue rock path into the driveway, I don't think he realized the magnitude of this project. Multiple trips to the quarry, lugging around 100lb+ rocks, hired help, hired tractors, manual labor...etc. etc. etc. Anyhow, the driveway looks awesome now that is it nearly done, but this is how slow

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Driveway Work – Phase 3

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I spent about a week at the quarry last month gathering blue stone for our driveway. The stones I chose and hand/machine loaded are just like the rocks we have on our path from our front porch to the dirt pad where we park our cars but they are much much bigger. Jerry and I spent one day

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Musical Endorsement – Ernest Ranglin

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This post is almost completely non-house/construction related. It has to do with music, but it's music we listen to when were working around the house, so I felt it was suitable to post on the blog. This guys name is Ernest Ranglin, and I would describe his music as Reggae/Ska/Jazz all smashed together (description by Ken). He sent

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It’s Driveway Time!

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Summer and I were heading to the post office on Friday and heard all kinds of ruckus on the way out of our Sector Vargas neighborhood street. When we got to the 414 we saw big dump trucks and city works people everywhere. Well, it ends up that the city is laying black top on the roads and

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Vacation Time Off

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Summer and I left town last week a few days before the Tropical Storm that was heading North West, decide to change its mind so we weren't too worried about it. Then, it ended up switching West, running over Puerto Rico and heading on up towards Cuba, turned into Hurricane Faye and is now over Florida. We didn't

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Chupacabra – Do They Exist?

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Two cops in Texas thought they may have seen the elusive Chupacabra while training last week. Check out the article: DeWITT COUNTY, Texas -- The legend of the chupacabra gained new life over the weekend as two DeWitt County sheriff's deputies spotted what they said they believe is the mythical creature. Friday, Cpl. Brandon Riedel was training a

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Tropical Storm Update – August 12

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There is some action in the Atlantic Ocean. There are a few storms rolling around the Atlantic that are typical of this time of year. Here is what the Nation Hurricane Center has to say about the closer of the two storms: A BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH A TROPICAL WAVE IS LOCATED 650 MILES EAST

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National Hurricane Center Widget

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I am reporting a bunch of information from The National Hurricane Center regarding tropical storms in the Atlantic and Hurricane information. Conner suggested that I get a National Hurricane Center widget for the site so we can track hurricanes right from Ca2Pr.com. Great idea Conner: Here is our Hurricane Tracking Widget If you want to add this widget

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