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Travel Blogs from Refugio
... walking and riding on sand is not that easy! Excellent - loved it.
Then, Aransas Pass and the campground was close to a little fishing harbour. Again, the Winter residents were so kind and friendly to us even offering to drive us to Corpus Christi one day as Kevin really wanted to see the USS Lexington, an old US Aircraft Carrier which is now a museum. We went there in BBB, not wanting to take advantage of people’s generosity and ...
I have a lot to write about today. We saw so much and ended up in the most perfect spot. But for now, I'm full from amazing Cajun Boil and cozy for what is supposed to be a stormy night. Stay tuned.
The Boiling Pot restaurant is next door to Beacon RV Park.
... aircraft. After an amazing morning we
had our main meal of the day at a local waterfront restaurant, “Pier 99”, we
each had a delicious seafood meal on the outside deck. After lunch we headed to the art museum to
view the waterfall garden, this was a highly recommended attraction for us to
see; however, neither of us felt that it was ...
... and is uninhabited miles of nothing but sand and scrub brush. Continuing south on the island we entered
Padre Island National Seashore. The
seashore is the longest undeveloped stretch of barrier island in the world,
embracing 70 miles of shoreline. We
drove to the Visitor’s Center which was about 15 miles into the park, and of
course it was nothing but sand and scrub brush.
In the Visitor’s ...
... Lavaca. We were looking for a working lighthouse to climb and photograph, but all we found was a small lighthouse maybe 20 feet high, that looked more like the decoration for a real estate office. We proceeded south on state road 35, through vast fields of young corn, it seemed that the fields stretched to the horizon. In the town of Aransas Pass we located the “Ransom Road RV Park”, arriving at about 5:00.