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lol , yes a basement does help . Would be a little tight upstairs
Me and that N'awlins dude would probably have water standing in a basement. :-)
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Me and that N'awlins dude would probably have water standing in a basement. :-)
Did I read some where, that is why they cannot dig storm cellars in Texas?

Water table is about 1' from the surface?

If that is half a basement, can I have the other half.....LOL.

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Did I read some where, that is why they cannot dig storm cellars in Texas?

Water table is about 1' from the surface?

If that is half a basement, can I have the other half.....LOL.
Sorry James the other side is for the washer and dryer and the dungeon where I keep the female anchor woman captive lol
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sorry james the other side is for the washer and dryer and the dungeon where i keep the female anchor woman captive lol
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Did I read some where, that is why they cannot dig storm cellars in Texas?

Water table is about 1' from the surface?

If that is half a basement, can I have the other half.....LOL.
The entire Texas Gulf Coast, as well as the Louisiana coast is flat and not much above sea level. Actually, I think our house is 18 feet above sea level. Never had any trouble with flooding or rising water from Hurricanes.

Go north or northwest 100-200 miles from the Houston area and it gets hilly enough for a storm shelter.
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The entire Texas Gulf Coast, as well as the Louisiana coast is flat and not much above sea level. Actually, I think our house is 18 feet above sea level. Never had any trouble with flooding or rising water from Hurricanes.

Go north or northwest 100-200 miles from the Houston area and it gets hilly enough for a storm shelter.
That's interesting . I had no idea Texas was that low . No wonder it gets so freaking hot there (well besides being to the extreme south)
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Geez Stick , snorking at your age could be an issue no?
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Geez Stick , snorking at your age could be an issue no?
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I'm worn out from just looking at all that stuff. I think I'll have a beer and bag of chips and hit the sack.
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