Only one state has more water - Alaska.
We have lots of lakes.
We might have had more if the Trinity River Authority was approved
but that died in the 70's IIRC. Such is life - short sighted
types didn't think future much at all.
Lew Hodgett wrote:
Since Michigan is bordered by Lake Michigan, Lake Superior and Lake
Huron, they might be tempted to challenge the above.
Add in L Erie & L Ontario and you have 25% of the world's supply of
We spend our winters in TX these days, and I'm afraid the only cure is
one we specify for idiocy, "it comes in calibers". (R,D&H)
Seriously, we don't just spend time there, we've transferred our
residence to Longview. Can't claim "native Texan" status, but we're
BTW - Leon, give me a jingle on the email, this has my correct
Yeah I cannot agree with that analagy, A shed needs to be weather proof,
and you have to walk inside of it, and you need it to be strong enough to
withstand hard winds, and it needs to stay level, and......
You might ask a Nascar chief to "repair" a tire and get a blank stare.
I know where you are going here but we are talking about inside and outside
projects. They both peresent a totally different set of problems.
Typically furniture does not have to be protected from wind, rain, direct
sunshine, critters, bugs, etc. Answering your question, the farmers chest
of drawers will not look as nice today, it will look 100 times better than
the furniture builders shed, 30 years from now.
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