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Oct 29, 2009 - Brackish Water

A haven for two legged fishermen - as long as they have wings - Thursday, October 29 We spent two nights, and the included day, camped at the Adolph Thomae Jr. County Park in Arroyo City. Both the park and the city are strung out for several miles along a wide channel of water that connects one of the local rivers called the Arroyo Colorado to the Laguna Madre. The channel is a brackish estuary that ranges from fresh water to salt, and it’s full of fish that attract both men and birds. For two days we watched while gulls, kites,...

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2009 Spring 2 Fall

Oct 28, 2009 - Dolphin Dog

Port Isabel’s biggest dolphin fan is a sweet little dog - Wednesday, October 28 We called Scarlet and George but got no answer, so about nine thirty we headed across the bridge to Port Isabel and parked at the Sealife Center. By 10:15 they hadn’t opened yet and we were about to leave, when George drove up and told us to follow him over to the dock where Scarlet was getting the boat ready. We followed him across town to the channel waterfront, and he directed us to a parking place next to the fuel station. He disappeared down the dock, and a...

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