Hmmm... If thirty years in ocean salt water hasn't corroded the hull I wonder what thirty days in the toxic sludge of the Trinity will do?
Has anyone talked to officials in Galveston, Corpus Christi, Mobile, Longbeach, etc, etc about the long term costs of maintaining a museum ship like this?
Ships has always had a great jukebox going back 25 years or more.
When The Gingerman opened we used to all wonder why there were two or three Frank Sinatra CDs in there and then we learned it was the guilty pleasure of the Manager, Pete.
I remember nights at Adair's when all you wo...
wilme2 And Ben E Keith, the distributor, wouldn't be re-filling the kegs either. That would be done at the brewery itself. Which for Bud would be down in Houston.
This could get interesting... or desperate.
Montemalone NewsDog everlastingphelps Actually they re-directed part of the old river for a combination of flood control and retail development.
The flood gates and pumps control the flow and level of the river (they can actually make the flow of the river go upstream). For a while...