Rucker Pond is a reservoir within the LBJ National Grasslands. The pond is located in North Texas in Wise County near Decatur, it is off County Road 2650. Among Rucker Pond's fish species are largemouth bass. Rucker Pond is located within Area 55 of the LBJ National Grasslands; the pond is accessible via unsealed Forest Service road 916, which intersects Wise County Road 2650. As part of the LBJ Grasslands, Rucker Pond is available for recreational use by the public. Activities include fishing, camping and hunting. There is no dock at the lake. Reservations are not required for camping, the area is open year round. Operated by: United States Forest Service From Decatur, travel North on F. M. 730. Turn left on County Road 2650. Turn left at the intersection of C. R. 2650/2750. Turn left on to Forest Service road 916, follow the gravel road until it ends. Download a high-resolution Forest Service map of the area Lyndon B. Johnson National Grassland Trail map of the LBJ Grasslands area USDA Forest Service website for the grasslands
Eugene "Gene" Desmond is an Irish retired Gaelic footballer. His league and championship career with the Cork senior team lasted for the 1977-78 season. Born in Cork, Desmond first played for the st. Finbarr's club at juvenile and underage levels before joining the senior team. In a club career that lasted over a decade, he won two All-Ireland medals, three Munster medals and four county senior championship medals. Desmond made his debut on the inter-county scene at the age of sixteen when he was selected for the Cork minor team, he enjoyed two championship seasons with the minor team, culminating with the winning of an All-Ireland medal as captain in 1974. Desmond subsequently joined the Cork under-21, his three seasons on that team ended without success. By this stage he made his debut during the 1978 championship. St. Finbarr'sAll-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship: 1980, 1981 Munster Senior Club Football Championship: 1979, 1980, 1982 Cork Senior Football Championship: 1979, 1980, 1982, 1985CorkAll-Ireland Minor Football Championship: 1974 Munster Minor Football Championship: 1973, 1974
Harsh Reality are a little-known, proto-prog band formed in Stevenage, Hertfordshire in 1968 out of the remnants of the Freightliner Blues Band. The band consisted of Mark Griffiths and Dave Jenkins on guitars, Alan Greed on lead vocals and organ, Roger Swallow on drums, Steve Miller on bass and backing vocals, they released a single for Philips Records in 1968 before releasing their only album and Hell on Philips in 1969. A final single followed soon after, before the band split in 1969, their Heaven and Hell LP is now a sought-after rarity, selling for hundreds of pounds between eager collectors. For this reason, Harsh Reality is somewhat famous/infamous in collecting circles. Though seen as part of the proto-progressive rock era, their work represented a marriage between the sounds of Procol Harum and early Deep Purple. Following the band's demise, Roger Swallow played with Principal Edwards Magic Theatre, Matthews Southern Comfort, Albion Country Band, Al Stewart. Alan Greed went on to work with Ray Russell on the Rock Workshop albums, as a session singer.
Greed fronted the jazz/progressive outfit, The Running Man. A self-titled album was released in the UK on the Neon record label in 1972. Mark Griffiths has worked with Matthews Southern Comfort, Jonathan Kelly, Al Stewart, David Essex, The Everly Brothers, Cliff Richard & The Shadows; the rest of the band went into session work. The song "Tobacco Ash Sunday" was covered by Paul Weller for AOL Sessions. Heaven and Hell will be reissued for the first time on CD by Esoteric Recordings on 26 September 2011, with four bonus tracks and a 16-page booklet containing a lengthy interview with the band. "Tobacco Ash Sunday" b/w "How Do You Feel" "Heaven And Hell " b/w "Praying For Reprieve " Heaven And Hell
Drangstedt is a village and a former municipality in the district of Cuxhaven, in Lower Saxony, Germany. Since 1 January 2015 it is part of the town Geestland. Drangstedt belonged to the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen, established in 1180. In 1648 the Prince-Archbishopric was transformed into the Duchy of Bremen, first ruled in personal union by the Swedish Crown - interrupted by a Danish occupation - and from 1715 on by the Hanoverian Crown. In 1807 the ephemeric Kingdom of Westphalia annexed the Duchy, before France annexed it in 1810. In 1813 the Duchy was restored to the Electorate of Hanover, which - after its upgrade to the Kingdom of Hanover in 1814 - incorporated the Duchy in a real union and the Ducal territory, including Drangstedt, became part of the new Stade Region, established in 1823
Celelalte Cuvinte is a Romanian rock band from Oradea, Crișana founded in December of 1981, in Timișoara and still active to this day. Although it is accepted that Celelalte Cuvinte is a heavy metal band, the members of the band have experimented with other sub-genres like doom metal - an unique experience in Romanian rock music - or like alternative rock - in the Ispita album. Celelalte Cuvinte is the first Romanian rock band that got the attention of the audiences that wanted elaborated music, after Phoenix fled the country in 1977 for West Germany. However, the Armaghedon album is underground, so the band is both important for mainstream and underground Romanian music. On September 12, 2008, the band has decided to make two songs form the new album - "Stem" and "Zmeie", the single that promotes the new album, available for streaming on their Myspace page; the album, called Stem, was released in October 2008. The band continues to play concerts all over Romania. Călin Pop - vocals, flute Marcel Breazu - bass guitar, backing vocals Leontin Iovan - drums Tiberiu Pop - keyboards, backing vocals Ovidiu Roșu - sound engineer Radu Manafu - guitar, backing vocals Formații rock 8 Celelalte Cuvinte I Celelalte Cuvinte II Se lasă rău Hit-uri Armaghedon Vinil Collection Ispita NOS Stem Un sfârșit e un început - Muzică de colecție, Vol. 69 Trup și suflet - Live acustic la Cinema Patria Electric Live Official site Official MySpace page Fan site Remus Rigo's Rock-Pages.com