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Jan 10, 2014 - Port Aransas to Houston

We were up early but enjoyed a leisurely breakfast and a quick side trip to look at waves crashing on the beach, before driving to the Ferry Boat and heading north on Highway 35 toward Houston. Marilyn was enjoying herself, seeing things and places she had not seen before. She took numerous pictures. It rained on us nearly all the way to our Hotel near the Port. As we passed through the Texas town of Angleton we noticed an eating place called “Duran’s BBQ”. There were several Police cars in the crowded parking lot and several of the Police...

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May 24, 2012 - Seabrook Pelicans

Seabrook is a town about 2 miles north of Kemah, on the bay and Houston Ship Channel, bordered by Pasedena, and Clear Lake, home of the Johnson Space Center. All around this town, painted fiberglass pelicans, were commissioned by local businesses, since live pelicans could be seen all around the local waterfront. It started in 2005, some were destroyed by storms, but over the course of a few hot days, I was able to find all but about 5 of the original 38+. Some as I found out and you will see, are in desperate need of being refreshed in the...

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Oct 13, 2011 - San Antonio to Seabrook, Texas

It's only about a 4 hour trip from San Antonio to Seabrook and it's all Interstate, BUT Houston gets in the way. We found out there is no way to get around or through Houston without sitting in traffic. The Gulf Coast of Texas down around Galveston is nice, but you almost can't get there. We got off the I-state a couple of times for ABC points, but otherwise we just rode fast to Houston on I-10, then rode slow to Seabrook on I-45. See pictures for a few interesting signs. I had a reason for going to Seabrook, on Galveston Bay. A Trop-rock...

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