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Travel Blogs from Galveston
... wonder at what point this road will cease to exist and Bolivar Peninsula will be cut off? or will it? The Intercoastal canal runs parallel to the highway and the ocean so time will tell.
Past the famous lighthouse of the Bolivar Peninsula. It dates back to the time of the1900 storm that killed 4000 people on the island of Galveston. According to some sources the water came ...
... hurricane floorings.
The Islands are connected by a free ferry that runs 24/7, and one from Galveston Island to the mainland too. We took advantage of them, saved us miles, avoided Houston and was a quick hop into Louisiana still traveling the TX Bird Trail. We saw lots of migratory birds, eagles, hawks, Cara Cara, a raptor native to TX and a variety of cranes: sand hill and whooping grazing in fields along side cows.
... out your name that it was ready. Now the meals were served out in waves
of about 20 dishes, the assistant would fill out the tickets, and the chef,
think Gordon Ramsay, would survey them, and then he would set to work serving
each and every request. Then on the serving table between the sous chef and the
chef 20 dishes would be set out by the sous chef who would then place the
garnish on them, Cole slaw, roll, what ever and then chef would serve up every
ticket in ...
... for the night. They deserved a little fun in the pool before going to bed that night!
We woke up the next day to the sound of ....... horses? Setting up in the dark the night before we really didn't have a chance to get a look at our surroundings. We opened our curtain and saw at the edge of the campground was a beautiful field full of grazing horses. We laid there for awhile ...
... saw dolphins jumping just off the shore. The fishing guys were concerned that they might get tangled in their lines, so they pulled their rods in and waited for them to leave.
We headed out to another set of piers that goes way further out onto the water, looked around a bit, then headed back to the car. We checked on the pelicans again, and they were still trying to swallow that damn mudshark. We hope they're not still there trying to eat it!