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4th of July parade!
posted by bullcreek on July 4th, 2012 2:36 PM
Great turnout for the parade this morning! My photos of the event are on flickr at: bullcreek" rel="nofollow">http://www.flickr.com/photos/bullcreek and on the Mueller flickr group at: http://www.flickr.com/groups/366485@N23/ I got a video of pretty much the whole parade. Too big for flickr, but it's on youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWj4SKHZ9qU&feature=plcp Enjoy!
old airport/mueller neighborhood map - Google Earth overlay
posted by danx111 on June 3rd, 2011 1:25 PM
You can go to the Austin City Development site and get it http://coagis1.ci.austin.tx.us/website/COAViewer_dev/devviewer_disclaimer.htm
old airport/mueller neighborhood map - Google Earth overlay
posted by smlynntx on June 3rd, 2011 1:13 PM
Does anyone have this file they can send me? If you have it, please PM me so I can give you my email address. I tried opening bullcreek's link posted above but it didn't work.
How many people does it take to hug our lake?
posted by vcdb on March 20th, 2011 11:23 PM
Woo Hoo!!! We had 420 feet of neighbors showing up to the inaugural Welcome Spring event at Lake Park. Thank you all who came out, including 10 minutes of sunshine right when we formed the line. I am so glad that Bullcreek took a photo across the lake. Fantastic image! We covered about one tenth of the lake!!! I will be posting some photos from Jennifer with Sweet Leaf Photography as well as some other photos that I took with my camera. I hope next year we can cover one half of the lake. The 2012 Equinox will happen on a Tuesday... so let the ideas unfold!
How many people does it take to hug our lake?
posted by bullcreek on March 20th, 2011 3:24 PM
My pix of the 1st Annual Mueller Hug Your Lake Day are up on the Mueller redevelopment flickr group or on my flickr page atwww.flickr.com/photos/bullcreekFantastic idea! Let's do it again next year!
Are we directly in the flight path for Bergstrom Airport?
posted by dhs on January 10th, 2011 4:09 PM
The noise varies according to season, as noted by "bullcreek". But the exact flight paths vary as well, depending on which runway(s) is/are in use, weather conditions, flight destination and other factors. These may be causing more planes to fly directly over Mueller than in past years, even though we are not in the direct path from either of the two main runways at Bergstrom. If you think we are getting more than our fair share of noise, you might try complaining to the city, since they own the airport.Doug
Lost kitty
posted by jzimm on December 6th, 2010 9:52 AM
There is a cat living very near to Zach Scott and Mattie that is much more likely to be what Bullcreek saw.
Tower restoration!
posted by bullcreek on June 12th, 2010 7:24 PM
It was really exciting today to drive by the old control tower and see that there was a work crew restoring the original blue glass exterior. Pictures here: bullcreek/4694101779/" rel="nofollow">http://www.flickr.com/photos/bullcreek/4694101779/
Carpool To Bullcreek from Mueller
posted by sloneycho on March 9th, 2010 10:01 PM
Thanks to Meghan and CJ for the commute advice. I've decided on a clockwise commute, taking 2222 in the afternoon for the beautiful decent towards Lake Austin, and returning on 183 after dark. No problems in either direction -- gotta love working California hours.I caught my first sunset over the Hill Country this evening, inspiring a whole new level of appreciation for the place I call home.Hope you were able to find a carpool partner, Ezra.-steve
Easter Egg Hunt
posted by grazynahuk on March 5th, 2010 8:36 PM
thanks bullcreek, finally something interesting and worth learning about,
Carpool To Bullcreek from Mueller
posted by Zekesmom on March 4th, 2010 8:29 AM
I'd take 183 personally. From here, it's not a bad commute. It gets a little sticky around 360, but that's where you have to exit anyway. At 1 PM, there should be no traffic, and it should be a straight shot. Doubtful you'd be able to commute w/ Ezra, but good luck with your new offices
Carpool To Bullcreek from Mueller
posted by sloneycho on March 4th, 2010 1:43 AM
My company is moving into offices on 360 at Westlake, but I work pretty odd hours - 1pm to 9pm.How's the commute down 2222? Is it better to take the long way around on 183 to 360?
Carpool To Bullcreek from Mueller
posted by SleeperService on March 4th, 2010 12:30 AM
hi all, Is there a Muellerian out there that works around bull creek on 360 ? PM me if you would consider carpooling to work... thanks Ezra.
Boomer Baby Club; Burgers & Beer Night!
posted by mbe19 on January 28th, 2010 9:30 AM
Ditto to Bullcreek. Let me know about the next one.
lifestyle photographer, and new to Austin
posted by Jessica Otwell on November 4th, 2009 11:57 AM
Thanks bullcreek :) I'll check it out!
Wednesday: On-Street Parking Town Hall
posted by LeComte on November 3rd, 2009 8:26 AM
I tend to agree with you bullcreek, but I'll take it a step further. I don't understand why there needs to be more regulations, especially with fees attached. I would greatly prefer a laissez faire approach to parking. If the parking spots in front of my house are taken, well then thats why I have a garage right? No sense making everyone else have to submit to some parking regulations and fees because I got too much crap in my garage to park in it.Besides, the new urbanist design was meant to have filled street parking to isolate pedestrians (along with the trees) from the road way, but they also serve as a natural speed reducer when both sides of the street have cars parked on them. Not so good an idea to penalize this.The more I think about it, the more I ask, 'what exactly is the problem we are trying to solve?' I don't want us to get into a situation where we have a solution without a problem. But if we must have *something*, then why can't we just issue (2?) street parking permits per house and be done with it. If a friend wants to visit, lend them one of your permits. If your mom has come into town to help care for you during your pregnancy, then lend her a permit and she can stay for as long as she needs. None of this 'register with Alliance' and pay $$$. Even better, say you're having your mom, aunt, and sister come and stay with you. But you only have two permits! Well *then* pay a fee and call alliance, or better yet, go to one of your friendly neighbors and ask to borrow one of their spare permits. Now that promotes neighborly behavior.Next thing you know, we'll erect gates around lake park and the southwest greenway and only allow access to people with "permits". Then we'll be no better than a gated community. Or maybe I am allergic to the idea of paying outlandish fees for something I already pay taxes on. Where's my benadryl?!I'll try to make the meeting on Wednesday if I can get off from work in a timely fashion.
My how our neightborhood has grown! (Halloween)
posted by ianvarley on November 1st, 2009 8:20 AM
Yeah, last year was so dead that we had the same leftover candy problem as you, @bullcreek. So this year, I went light on the candy purchases (we've been trying to diet, and I didn't want the temptation around afterwords). Big mistake! I was out of candy in 20 minutes flat!I'm sure my mistake didn't impose a hardship on any candy-starved neighborhood kids.
Dog Park??
posted by danx111 on August 22nd, 2009 8:59 AM
Bull Creek off-leash dog park is being closed due to high fecal bacteria count. The Parks Dept. will be looking for input regarding a new dog park. Here's an opportunity for RMMA dog owners to be heard: bullcreek.htm" rel="nofollow">http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/parks/bullcreek.htm From this link: "Complete a search for additional off leash areas with the goal of finding them prior to the temporary park closure. Finalize recommendations of the City/Citizen Off-leash Task Force regarding existing off leash areas across Austin, methods for managing existing off leash areas and guidelines for creation of new off leash areas.
Dog Park
posted by danx111 on August 4th, 2009 5:11 PM
Bull Creek off-leash dog park is being closed due to high fecal bacteria count. The Parks Dept. will be looking for input regarding a new dog park. Here's an opportunity for RMMA dog owners to be heard: bullcreek.htm" rel="nofollow">http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/parks/bullcreek.htm From this link: "Complete a search for additional off leash areas with the goal of finding them prior to the temporary park closure. Finalize recommendations of the City/Citizen Off-leash Task Force regarding existing off leash areas across Austin, methods for managing existing off leash areas and guidelines for creation of new off leash areas. "
Texas Solar Power offer - Row homes?
posted by Shanda Sansing on July 21st, 2009 12:12 PM
Hi Ezra, Bullcreek, Siebrise and others, As you've already noted, POA managed row homes are very different than regular residential projects. First of all, it would have to be submitted to Austin Energy as a commercial project. Some pro's: opportunity for a larger system (commercial cap is bigger); POA owns system so gets accelerated depreciation on equipment purchase. One con (at least): would need to be a group decision. Idea: Does the POA meet regularly? Could have our general manager, Mark Rangel (who is also in charge of commercial projects) give a presentation to the board and interested homeowners - review the financial/environmental impacts/benefits, ask questions, generally flesh it out. If that sounds interesting, contact Mark at MARKTXSPC.COM Shanda, Texas Solar Power Company shanda@txspc.com 459-9494 PS I am trying to delicately walk the line between responding to requests for information and advertising. I wouldn't want regular "sales" posts on my neighborhood listserve (Windsor Park) and I'm sure y'all don't want that either. I sincerely apologize if this conversation annoys any Muellerites. Very definitely not the goal...
Time Warner internet outage on Sunday night
posted by Chris on October 27th, 2008 9:42 AM
bullcreek, We had the same experience with our TW installer not having a clue about the OnQ box. (I don't know if yours was the same installer. Ours was abusively rude, on top of being incompetent.) But, yes, you should be able to route the Internet through your OnQ box. If you do not already have a router, you will need to acquire one (at least if you want to run Internet to more than one outlet; maybe you don't need one if you are running it just to a single outlet from the OnQ box). Our builder supplied a LinkSys router. (If you get a router, make sure it's a WIRED router, not a wireless one, like our clueless TW installer kept insisting we needed.) Inside the OnQ box, you plug the coax cable input into the cable modem. (You might need a splitter if you only have one incoming cable line into the box.) Then the cable modem ethernet output plugs into the router input (the same as if you were plugging the modem into a computer). Then you plug the lines (in the OnQ box) that go to each ethernet outlet into the output jacks of your router. I learned, through trial and error, that I had to run the software that came with my LinkSys router on a computer hooked up to each ethernet outlet in order to get that outlet to go live. Hope this makes sense. I'm no expert, and I'm not sure I explained it very well. Maybe someone can explain it better.
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