The Lighthouse At Sandcastle
Travel Blogs from Port Lavaca
Waking up in London was both happy and sad. Happy, because we are going home to see our girls and jump back into our life! Sad, because it was so wonderful to have two weeks together, free from duties or stress. For us to have this adventure was truly a gift that we will not take for granted. It has reminded us that we are adventurers at heart. The beauty of the greek islands will stay with us as we return to Austin.
... that week’s ‘Weekly Reader.’ If he can’t answer the question correctly, we get extra credit.”
“Have you ever received extra credit?”
“Yes, I stumped Mr. Lynch only once. And no other student has stumped him yet.”
“What did you ask him?”
“Well, there was an article about Russia and its leader, Nikita Khrushchev, so when ...
THE LIGHTHOUSE AT SANDCASTLE CITY PARK AND RV CAMPGROUND
The city of Lavaca has a city RV park called THE LIGHTHOUSE right on the beach with full hook ups, laundry and showers. Our campsite looked right on the water and boardwalk.
THE QUAINT LITTLE FISHING CAMP
We did a lot of driving around ...
... happening on Sunday, December 29. 2013, that is last year. It is a rainy day,
not a particularly great touring day, but we still do not mind travelling on
these types of days. It keeps the traffic down and there are not that many
tourists or Sunday drivers on the road. LOL. So we venture down, south of 10
heading west, down through Pascagoula along through Biloxi and Gulf Port, where
16 changes into 30 then 90 west, and on into New Orleans via the eastern
... and look out in a field. Sure enough we did what he said and saw two mature whooping cranes with their young. It was raining pretty hard so we snapped the photo from quite a distance.
Also in the area was a 1,000 year old Live Oak tree. We drove to that and again, it was raining pretty hard. Awesome to see it and stand in its presence. The tree emanated some powerful energy :)