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... Corpus Christi area. We really are loving it here and are getting pretty comfortable getting around.
The 'neighborhood' we are in continues to have their daily 'happy hours'......every day is a bit too much for us, but we will partake a couple days a week. Everyone is just so friendly down here....its nice to see that people still do care about each other.
While we have had some great times, we did ...
... a couple of cold spells for a day or so and have had a couple of spells of rain. Mostly though, it's been in the high 70's and mostly sunny. Really just perfect weather. The nights do get a little cooler - maybe in the 50's, but it warms right up during the day.
We've been getting our exercise in the fitness center and I also participate in an exercise class 3 x a week. With being so ...
This is an RPI Park - not great, but only a half hour from Corpus Christi, which we want to check out.
I have blood tests scheduled for tomorrow morning in CC, and afterwards, we'll explore the USS Lexington, the aircraft carrier and museum docked in Corpus Christi.
... our Christmas Tree. Of course I also took advantage of the Black Friday deals to upgrade our living room TV and add an Xbox One to the entertainment options.
We're getting a lot better at packing up for travel but this morning we had a little extra unwanted help. A bird flew into the trailer while we were loading the bikes and it took us 20 or so minutes to chase it out (it hid behind and under the couch).
Next stop – San ...
... is situated in what is called the Texas Tropical Trail. Known as an artists' colony, the community is nestled among the wind swept oaks of the Live Oaks Peninsula and are home to over 20,000 acres of wild wetlands and secluded bays. Rockport is home to Texas' first Blue Wave Beach and the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It is known on a state and national level as the "Charm of the Texas Coast".