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    • Yep, we were in there all the time.  You could 'sorta' skate it, but the transition was too tight and the ridges prevent traveling much distance.  But we did hang out deep inside there all the time.  A few years back, me and my boys were coming back to HP from riding bikes at McAllister.  As I passed by the back entrance to the tunnels (off Thousand Oaks), I turned in and took all my boys pretty deep into the tunnel system.  All the way to the big room where the tunnels all converged.  They thought it was spooky cool.  Just the other day, my mom sent me this article that they'd recently cleared out a HUGE homeless camp inside the same tunnels/room area. https://foxsanantonio.com/news/local/massive-homeless-camp-discovered-in-tunnels-leading-under-highway-281 Later, CJB    
    • someone pointed out to me today that hospitals are not "the front line" of defense against the pandemic. they are the last line, the last resort, the last hope. the front lines are people going about their daily lives and fighting the virus mostly by passive means: staying home as much as they can, wearing a mask in public, social distancing, yadda yadda yadda.
    • https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/internal-messages-reveal-crisis-houston-hospitals-coronavirus-cases-surge-n1232640 Sick people are sick. Dead is the last stop in this chain of events for some, and one that we all would like to avoid. Wonder if governor flippy feet will take any responsibility for this......... yeah right
    • This was one of my favorite places I've ever ridden a bicycle. Thanks for the recommendation!
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