Even though the water temperature on Sabine Lake is slowly dropping, it’s still an unseasonably warm 66.5 degrees. That’s good news for flounder fishermen on the lower end of the lake and in the pass. Guide Jerry Norris says he’s never seen the flounder fishing as good as it is right now.
There are several places that allow public waterfowl hunting for a minimal amount of money. The McFadden national Wildlife Refuge between Sabine Pass and High Island offers several different hunt situations. The area known as the Spaced Blind Hunt Unit is the Star Lake/Clam Lake Hunt Unit. This area has a $10 fee per hunter. The Central Hunt Unit and the Mud Bayou Hunt Unit are non-fee hunts. There are specific days when hunting is allowed. On the Spaced Blind Units, the hunts are Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday.
Roadside vendors occasionally have signs advertising their sale of mayhaw jelly. There are even Mayhaw festivals in Hull-Daisetta, Texas (May 2-4 2013); El Dorado, Ark.; Marion, La.; Starks, La.; and Colquitt, Ga. What’s all the fuss about?
One way to truly get to know a vehicle is to take it on a family vacation, which is what we did this week with the 2013 GMC Terrain Denali. Classified as a luxury small SUV, the Terrain Denali is generous in comfort and style. And whether you’re going over the hills and through the woods to grandma’s house or driving around town, the GMC Terrain Denali aims to please.
I am fully cognizant of the level of frustration and anger when a hard drive or other mass storage device fails. While I am personally careful to keep contemporary backups of all of the critical data on all of my computers, all too often I receive calls of despair from individuals whose computer “crashed” and they are convinced that they have lost all of their important information. In some cases the alleged “crash” is not really a catastrophic hard drive failure, but a recoverable error or problem due to either hardware or software issues.
While we harbor no disrespect for the Wall Street Journal who called us “that scrappy little paper from Southeast Texas,” we prefer to think of ourselves as simple seekers of the truth. We’re of the opinion that headlines and sound bites never tell the whole story. Our readers demand all the facts, facets and flavors of every story or event. And, they expect to be informed, educated and stirred to action.