Well, at least I was in the correct family! I don't know your family. I just know of them. When we were getting our association together we had to research all of the landowners. Thanks for Franks phone number. I was able to reach him and we had a nice chat. He told me how proud of you he is. He says that you do lots of modeling and have gotten into acting now. You go girl! I was sorry to hear about your brother's death. I know that it must be hard for your family to deal with now. I will not bother your Dad at this time but I would like to hear from him regarding his ownership in the land. Frank tells me that it is all heir property and he cannot do anything without his brother and sister's approval. Anyway, thanks for the information and once again, welcome to our little family.
No. That is my Uncle Frank.I can ask dad for his number.I dont know it off hand.Uncle Frank never lived to San Diego.He has always lived in or around Kansas City as far as I no.Thank you for the friend request.I didnt notice it until this morning.I ill call dad thi afternoon to get Uncle Franks number.Nice talking to you and the others.I havent ever been to the area but it sure seems lively.Dad has been to the old place several times in the last couple of years but I have always been busy with a shoot or just to busy in general.I am going to try and come out the next trip dad makes.Maybe we can get together.How do you no my Uncle Frank?
Was your grandpa's name Hollis Pollard? If so, I am quite familar with your family. Wow, I also know that at one time Hollis owned over 800 acres here in the Blanchard area. I was under the impression that it was already leased. If that is not so, you may want to join the Shreveport-Blanchard Highway Homeowner's Association. We would love to have you in our group and would certainly love to be able to have you as a bargaining chip when dealing with these landmen!
Again, welcome to the funny farm called Haynesville Shale.
You can just call me Bea. Thank you so much for helping me. I may not have figured it out without help. Some of these people seem real smart.I dont know anything about this stuff. My Grandfather left some property to us and I am not sure wear it is. It is in the area around Shreveport, I just dont know because I have never been there. I think Dad said it was old farm land.
As exciting as this is, we know that we have a responsibility to do this thing correctly. After all, we want the farm to remain a place where the family can gather for another 80 years and beyond. This site was born out of these desires. Before we started this site, googling "shale' brought up little information. Certainly nothing that was useful as we negotiated a lease. Read More