13310 Highway 305 · P.O. Box 5
Lipscomb, Texas 79056
July 26, 2015
WOLF CREEK HERITAGE MUSEUM NOTES
by Virginia Scott
A quiet week with the core group continuing to work on our exhibits. I was out of town again with Doctor's appointments this time. I think we are done for at least a month now. We are having geocachers visit our sites which is always fun. If you have a site you want people to visit, try placing a cache and registering the coordinates with the official geocache site and people will find you.
We had our first family use the meeting area this weekend for a family reunion. I hope they enjoyed our facility. If you are planning a reunion come check us out.
Remember to mark your calendar for Saturday, August 15, at 2 pm for our Open House and official ribbon cutting for the new area. It should be fun and we are looking forward to showing off our new spaces.
In the August 12, 1965 "Prairie Dog" column, Mr. Dixon related the following story from the Panhandle Interstate News.
The McDonald family were living in a sod house on Camp Creek south of Higgins in 1887. McDonald saw a funnel-shaped cloud at no great distance south of them. McDonald said the rain and hail began to fall. The dirt walls and roof deadened the sound of the rain and hail a lot, but it still made quite a roar.
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