To: C. Nelson
This is also the case in Houston
Yeah, nice blog butthead.
Did you mean the "salt dome" east of us in Mont Bellview what gots fifty years of industrial waste in it?
And your "facts" come from where, exactly? Other than your blog?
posted on 09/14/2015 2:13:08 PM PDT
(NOW with even more AWESOMENESS)
Yeah, that had me puzzled. I never heard of a salt mine near Houston. there is another salt dome under Damon Tx south west of Houston but I don't think it is anything you could go into.
posted on 09/14/2015 2:19:46 PM PDT
( God Bless Texas!)
I think there’s a salt mine near Waller. Not sure how big or deep it is though.
posted on 09/14/2015 2:44:25 PM PDT
( sleep with one eye open (<o> ---)
posted on 09/14/2015 2:55:28 PM PDT
(life is fragile, handle with prayer)
To: humblegunner; thackney; smokingfrog; Ditter
Wellllll.....we just have ALL kinds of options, don't we?? 😱
posted on 09/14/2015 3:16:54 PM PDT
by Jane Long
("And when thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, LORD, will I seek")
ha? No! I mean west of you. Address (14002 Warren Ranch Rd Hockley, TX 77447-9111) salt mine 1500 feet underground. Here's the link HOCKLEY ROCK SALT MINE
I didn't write the article. It's not my blog. And I've just spent 5 minutes finding your bunker. You could've done that before posting, "butthead".
Actually the mine search site linked to the article identifies an underground salt mine in Hockley.
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