Hope it dries up to nothingmore than a hog wallow and the city folk quit coming spreading thier trash and running people off the roads.
They're going to have to rename it--"Black CREEK"--with no "Lake" to the name.
Home of the Black Creek Monster. (He's laying a little low for now.)
Looks like a scene from the movie "Brokeback Lawyer"
10:40PM, the grasslands are the reason I moved to Wise County. Unfortunately for me, I viewed them through the memories of my childhood. I discarded all the negative things I experienced, and just remember the good. That was a fatal error.I see far more "genuine" Wise County people throwing trash and generally driving while moron (which for most is a permanent affliction) than anybody from a large city. They even make it easy for you to identify who they are by placing the appropriate decal on the back of their vehicles.
I grew up in Dallas with a dad that always taught me to leave places cleaner than when you arrived and a mamma who taught me manners. This city girl doesn't spread trash or run people off the road. So, in summation, Wise County is actually a little nicer since I live here :o)
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