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location in Texas
O.C. Fisher Reservoir &
San Angelo State Park in Texas
April 11, 2009
Important Scroll down to find out about the drought in this area, then at the bottom of this page you will find a sub-menu for more photos at San Angelo State Park, which includes prairie dogs, a long-eared jackrabbit, birds in the wild, and of course Ozona.
 
The boat ramp at O.C. Fisher Reservoir - the water level is so far down that boats cannot be launched
Boat ramp sign
the boat ramp leading to NO water
The car (known as MOB) at the top of the boat ramp, as seen from where the lake should be
the car belonging to the two RV Gypsies at the top of the boat ramp
view from the bottom of the boat ramp
Lee Duquette is standing where water should be!
Lee is standing where water should be
Lee is walking where water should be
The O.C. Fisher Reservoir is 5,440 acres in size. Obviously this entire area should be water.
Lee at the bottom of the boat ramp
Lee is walking where water should be
no water in this reservoir
no water in this reservoir
no water in this reservoir
another dry boat ramp
Animal footprints where the lake should be
animal footprints in the dried up reservoir
animal footprints in the dried up reservoir
A cute little doggie enjoyed a bicycle ride
a doggie gets a bicycle ride
Lee wanted to see what is on the other side of the dam so he decided to climb up. It was steeper than he thought it would be.
Lee is at the top taking photos of Karen, who stayed at the bottom to photograph Lee climbing up.
Karen and MOB
Karen and MOB
Karen and MOB
Karen and MOB
Once Lee reached the top of the dam, he took pictures of the other side.
view from the top of the dam
view from the top of the dam
The top of the dam - it really goes a long way!
the top of the dam
the top of the dam
view from the top of the dam
view at the top of the dam
view from the top of the dam
What goes up, must come down, and that includes Lee
roads and scenery throughout the park
park road
park scenery
location in TexasThe two RV Gypsies
in Texas
April 2009

Note: These photos are divided into five sections in order to allow photos to load more quickly on each page and therefore be more pleasurable to viewers. So please visit each of the five sections below for the drought in San Angelo, the reservoir, prairie dogs, long-eared jackrabbit, road-runner bird, Ozona and more. You may view these sections in any order you choose. there is also a link to New Mexico below.

O.C. Fisher Reservoir

San Angelo State Park
& wildlife
Van Horn
Ozona

Spectacular views from Guadalupe Peak,
the highest peak in Texas

look below
go to the next adventure of the Two RV GypsiesAFTER you have visited ALL 5 of the above menus, continue on to Las Cruces, New Mexico and more