Georgetown Warnings and Dangers

  • DEER BY RESIDENTIAL STREETS TOO
    DEER BY RESIDENTIAL STREETS TOO
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  • SNOW ON MY WINDSHIELD, IN TEXAS!
    SNOW ON MY WINDSHIELD, IN TEXAS!
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  • FEBRUARY 2010 IN GEORGETOWN, TEXAS
    FEBRUARY 2010 IN GEORGETOWN, TEXAS
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    Snow? Its possible!

    by Rich62 Updated Dec 5, 2010

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    As these photos show, it can snow in Georgetown, on rare occasions. This was a 2 inch snowfall in February 2010. By the next day, it was gone, except for the snowmen that people had constructed in their front yards all over town!

    Its only dangerous because Texas natives don't have a lot of experience driving on snowy roads.

    SNOW ON MY WINDSHIELD, IN TEXAS! FEBRUARY 2010 IN GEORGETOWN, TEXAS MY VAN IN TEXAS A MAGNOLIA TREE WITH SNOW ON THE LEAVES SOLOMON'S VERY FIRST SNOWFALL
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    A TRAGEDY BEGAN HERE

    by Rich62 Written Mar 3, 2010

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    AS THE LOCAL PAPER SHOWS, a fatal flight started at the Georgetown airport. In February of 2010 a man intentionally flew a small aircraft into the side of an office building in Austin, killing one man inside and destroying the building.

    THE LOCAL PAPER THE BUILDING IN AUSTIN A MAN WATCHES THE BUILDING THE TARGET OF THE AIRPLANE PEOPLE VIEWING THE BUILDING
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    DEER ON THE ROAD

    by Rich62 Written Aug 16, 2008

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    Deer are plentiful and you need to watch for them lurking by the roadside, especially at dawn or dusk. They are beautiful but not the brightest of creatures and may dart onto the road at the last second. They cause many accidents.

    DEER BY THE ROADSIDE DEER BY RESIDENTIAL STREETS TOO DEER HERE, DEER THERE, DEER EVERYWHERE RIGHT BY THE ROAD OUT OF THE SHADOWS
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    IF YOU GET SICK........

    by Rich62 Updated Jun 11, 2009

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    HOPE YOU DON'T, BUT IF YOU NEED A HOSPITAL, here it is. Take I-35 exit 260.

    Its just north of the Post Office, just east of the interstate.

    Its on Scenic Road.

    TAKE THIS EXIT, TURN NORTH ON SCENIC ROAD THE GEORGETOWN HOSPITAL INSIDE THE HOSPITAL
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    WATCH YOUR SPEED!

    by Rich62 Written Jun 11, 2009

    IN DRIVING AROUND GEORGETOWN we often see the Sherriff's Department cars as well as Georgetown Police vehicles. And they often have speeders stopped. Let this be your word to the wise.

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    Feral Hogs

    by Rich62 Written Aug 16, 2008

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    These are nasty-tempered, destructive animals. They are mainly nocturnal and difficult to kill. This one met up with a car or truck on the road. Stay clear of any live ones that you see.

    A FERAL HOG, DEAD BESIDE THE ROAD DEAD FERAL HOG
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