It was 'round midnight this morning when power was restored in our Northwest Dallas neighborhood, which had been illuminated throughout the stormy night by Dallas police cruiser spotlights; congregated neighbors said the officers were poking around for a possible prowler attempting to make the most of the blackout. On the other hand, it wasn't anything a few candles, a tall glass of bourbon and a backyard patio couldn't remedy.
Others were more inclined toward getting some work done; hence, this photo from our old friend Justin Terveen, who promises more to come. Hey, so does the radar. Really looking forward to that 101-degree high promised for Saturday. Oh, and speaking of photo ops, take one guess where Schutze is right now. C'mon, you can do it ...
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