I really think it would have been better if whoever put it together had used Rodney Crowell's "Telephone Road". If you grew up around Houston, or even live here I guess, you can really appreciate that song.
What exactly is IN those ditches?Or don't I really want to know...?That totally looks like something my brothers would have done back in the day, and they're not from Texas.
We used to play in the ditches a lot when we were kids, but nothing quite that imaginative. I am in awe.
I don't suppose it would be any shock to learn that we did much similar things with ditches in Canada, except we used sleds and snowmobiles?
After watching that, I am almost embarrassed to mention that we used to water ski in canals behind a truck.I guess it is a good thing we didn't have digital video back then.
myron - I don't know that song - will try to find it - love the video, actually, for all its nutty goodnesschristina - it's just rainwater, and I suppose it's muddy, too. True, this can't just be a Texas thingbarbara - it IS superlative, isn't it?pdb - Nope, it wouldn't shock me what people come up with. Actually, I admire this - it's hilarious. It just seems a little dangerous, is alljr - Don't mind me and my crappy comments - I actually love the video and find it highly amusing that someone did this and remembered to document the experiment. Walk with pride, man!
COOL! My sister wrote me recently about doing the same thing ... unintentionally though and on ice. Since she's pushing 70, it's a good thing she stopped before the culvert.
I'm so stealing this ....
That smelled soooo Leary, Tx.Dick
In the words of 'The Beach Boys', surfin' USA.
Or Dickinson, Pasadena, Santa Fe, I could go on...
Oh hell, that is too funny! Love the dismount.
Ah.......those texans can't do it like the cajuns........
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