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A couple of things:

Posted by Pete | Posted in News | Posted on 02-06-2009

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1. May, 2009 was one of the busiest I have ever had on my web site. Thank you guys for reading and visiting the site. I hope you will continue. Feel free to add any comments.

2. I had asked if anyone knew the temperature of Coal Fire Creek  back in Alabama nowadays. I had no replies to that item. Either, no one swims in Coal Fire Creek anymore or the one’s that do aren’t reading this blog. The last time I traveled over US 82 at the bridge that crosses Coal Fire Creek you could not see the water.  I’m sure it is still there. This July,  I might just go check the temperature myself. I probably will not be swimming in it, however, that sucker is still cold I’m sure……

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Cold – very cold and still full of snakes – the ones you want to avoid ! Apparently – we both have fond memories of Coal Fire Creek . Be good — eric

Eric, thanks for the update. You bring up a very good point about the snakes. Many times we would be swimming and look around and have a snake swimming right along beside you. But yes, very fond memories of Coal Fire Creek. If you have not read it yet, check out my downloads on Big Momma, one of my favorite people. Thanks again, Pete

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