The Fairfield SunTimes is reporting:
- The Constance-Linnea HSU, TD: 20,195 feet; the IP was 240 bopd.
- The Earl-Rita HSU, TD: 20,620 feet; the IP was 177 bopd.
The Larry 1-28H, TD: 13,928 feet; the IP was 474 bopd.
- The Lucille 3-27H; with three laterals; TDs of: 11,759 feet; 15,392 feet; and, 20,028 feet. No IP was provided, or if it was, I missed it.
Richland County is west of McKenzie County in North Dakota.
A Note to the Granddaughters
Regular readers know that my wife and I provide 24/7 care for our two granddaughters. I started this back in 2007 and except for a couple weeks during the Christmas holidays and a couple of weeks in the summer when they are with their other grandparents or vacationing with their parents, we are involved 24/7. Since 2007 we have pretty much lived in the same house as the granddaughters. This past year was the first time in six years that we had an apartment separate from theirs.
Some days are more exhausting than others; today was one of those days. My wife is still out in California and I had to have the two granddaughters in two different places at the same time: swimming for one (6:30 - 7: 30) and soccer for the other 6:00 - 7:30). Swimming was in South Lake, Texas; soccer was in Grapevine, TX.
Everything worked out. I won't provide the details.
We got home at 8:00 p.m. and I cooked Omaha Steaks, and invited their mother to come over; she was getting off work at 8:00 p.m. and would be getting home about 8:30 p.m. She joined us. A very nice evening. I had made Ghiradelli double chocolate brownies during the day so they had a fresh dessert. I think the brownie mix was $1.67 with my loyalty card and coupon; otherwise $2.50 with the loyalty card alone. One egg and an inconsequential amount of vegetable oil and that was the total cost for dessert that will last several days.
My daughter drove home (just a couple of blocks) but the granddaughters wanted me to walk them home, which I did. They loved discussing their plans for the evening; my only purpose was to be their escort, I guess, and carry their art work.
They are incredible sisters, ages 7 and 10. As I reflect back on their conversation, this is all that came to mind:
This is another song, another singer that convinces me/reminds me that there is a God. Evolved humans do not come up with these songs, these melodies on their own. Seriously, listen to the lyrics, and/or listen to the strings in the instrumentals portions and think that this was done without the help of angels. Probably not. G. K. Chesterton would agree.
Isn't YouTube wonderful? Matched with Ben E. King above, one gets Otis Redding:
I assume I've listened to this song a thousand times, but for the first time tonight, I heard the emotion in his voice...."wastin' time... I left my home in Georgia ... headed for the Frisco Bay .. I had nothing to live for .. nothing's gonna change... I can't do what 10 people tell me to do so I guess I will remain the same ... "
I can't do what 10 people tell me to do so I guess I will remain the same ... I think of the newly hired, minimum wage workers on the assembly line with a dozen supervisors / managers / quality improvement gurus with clipboards ... if they survive the union, the corporate management, human resources, their spouse, their kids ...
One more for the road: