|Clues as to my eventual identity:|
(1) I'm on an arterial intersection.
(2) Nobody digs up that much dirt unless they have something really really big to bury.
Alas, some internet sleuthing revealed a potentially less exciting prospect:
It amazes me the sheer volume of STUFF that gets posted to, and then left on, the internet for no obvious reason. If you'd like to know more about the technical aspects of this patch of real estate, you can peruse this document, for instance:
|Excerpted from this very lengthy URL:|
|Big one - ten pumps, apparently. |
But I bet they won't have breakfast tacos like Buc-ees.
If any of you, especially you potentially affected homeowners on Harvard Pointe, have received public relations overtures from the developers of this tract, please drop me a line - I'm just curious as to whether any more details are available. Thanks.
And oh - if anyone would like more information about The Little Lake Jackson Corporation That Could, Did, and Will Continue To Do So, it's best to start at the top, so I recommend Houston Chronicle's road trip article about the Luling store (and you haven't lived until you've stopped at that place). There's also "I Was a Buc-ees Virgin" by well-known Houston food critic Alison Cook, but at least as of that article, she had failed to succumb to the spell. And oh, - the Buc-ees in Pearland has its own Facebook page. I guess we'll have to wait a bit longer for the League City Parkway store to attain a similar level of public endearment. Meanwhile, we'll keep buying those breakfast tacos.