Sunday, July 25, 2010

Developers' Plans Setback As Yacht Club Lake Vanishes

Now this; just in:

Developers' plans for an elaborate yacht club faced a devastating setback when the lake vanished overnight to parts unknown. It was speculated by amateur geologist and ex-spelunker Don Cuevas that, "the lake had drained into subterranean caverns, the extent of which we may never know, due to the heavy contamination from agriculture and animal husbandry deterring exploration*."

Below, before and after shots of the lake property.
Laguna antes

Laguna despúes
Developers stated that although it was indeed a serious setback, they were forging ahead with other elements of their development plan of the  Tzu-Tzn Regional Airport, the Monte Fuji-Taco Club Campestre, and a multi-tiered luxury condo fraccionamiento. Much depends on government funding for building the Morelia-Tzu-Tzn cutoff highway, which would not only access the development, but would save motorists a valuable 11 minutes, on the average, while enroute to Tzn to buy Christmas ornaments.

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*That is, the caverns are full of BS.


el jubilado said...

What ... no kids stomping in that puddle

Don Cuevas said...

Nice to have your comment, Jubilado.

Nte the large glass shards embedded in the top of the wals.

Don Cuevas

Calypso said...

So will this lake return or is it gone forever?

Don Cuevas said...

It's very dependent on Earth Tides.

It looked as though it were coming back the other day, but the rain was insufficient.

Meanwhile, you can trek to the mountain monasteries of miniature monks in the Black Mountains.
Appointment rquired.

Don Cuevas

Anonymous said...

Went away before you even had a chance to get a remote-control boat. Darn!