April Post

The spring time is becoming more friendly than in past.Most time every other day is cloudy with drizzling or rainlasting for hours.Usually,this was exception before.Now became the norm. Southern parts of Texas around Houston, San Pedro, San Antonio are wet with floods warning very often. We are optimistic and most certain Sun will soon be on Blue Sky not above clouds.

On my patio hummingbirds are becoming more friendly than in past. Some of them are checking my readiness to share “shake hands”. Eventually. I will …. later.

Amarillo. skunks are showing up. More elks, plenty squirrels, and road runners. Wildwood  Life Preserve are welcoming higher temperatures of Spring.red bird

New Life is born with warmer temperatures day by day mostly in spring time.

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March Blog

The transition of life on planet Earth from 1 season to another one is so well blended into our reality that we have tendency ignore it. Constant factor “time” never change.

Life on the planet became more and more modified and improved in any possible aspect.  Big projects as planned years ago are bringing some new results visible well in the State of Texas.

Flying Wing-Shaped Experimental Airplane Validating New Wing Design Method

We are changing anything possible to improve old design projects, assumption, testing tools and methods. Progress is smooth and constant.

Summer 2016 fast approaching Texas

Days mostly not typical for south of USA are finally over. Winter time was unusually warm and wet. See info from local Newspaper:

“Traffic was being rerouted from one of the main east-west routes across Texas amid high-water concerns. Travelers as far away as El Paso, San Antonio and Houston were advised to avoid I-10.

Parts of Deweyville, a town of about 1,000 along the Sabine River, flooded last weekend following storms and water releases from the Toledo Bend Reservoir. A mandatory evacuation order was issued Saturday. Emergency officials planned an update Tuesday.

Gov. Greg Abbott declared 17 counties disaster areas due to the impact of high water from last week’s storms.

All motorists who are driving eastbound to Louisiana were urged to use I-20 as an alternate route. For those traveling on I-10 from:

El Paso take I-20 East of Van Horn

  • San Antonio take I-35 North to I-20 East to Shreveport
  • Houston take US 59 North to I-20 East to Shreveport
  • Beaumont take US 96 North to US 69 North to US 59 North to I-20 East to Shreveport
  • Louisiana and Texas border river flooding cost miserable conditions for local living.