I have been working on research for the Living New Deal Project the past few months, and constantly checking out the areas in which I travel in the hopes of locating undocumented projects from Roosevelt's New Deal administration projects completed during the 1930s and early 1940s to help the US recover from the Great Depression. I thought I had remembered hearing that the Lake Cisco Dam and amusement complex was a Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) project when I worked briefly at Cisco College. My brother, who attended CJC--as it was known then--in the 1970s said he thought the zoo was a WPA project. We were both wrong. Nonetheless, it was fun to revisit the complex where I once sustained a major injury to my left great toe during an outing while attending McMurry College in the late 60s. Randy, who spent many summers there visiting his grandparents, filled in many of the gaps for me in terms of the complex.