Rodeway Inn Corpus Christi
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... Mark lost his Colorado hat (that he had somehow held on to the whole year) in the Corpus Christi airport. But the day wasn't all bad. Our long layover in Dallas meant that we had time to scarf down Qdoba burritos (Chipotle has to wait until Colorado). Mark re-filled his coke with a giant smile on his face - something he's been looking forward to. We also drank from water fountains, used the toilet paper, ...
And there I was, naked, drunk, and floating under the stars . With each gap between waves I thought I was finally at peace with the ocean. Then another wave would come and smack me across the face. It got to the point where I got up, yelled and started letting the waves hit me dead on. If I couldn't be at peace with the water, I was going to prove that I was tougher then it. It didn't take long for a wave to knock me on my ...
... of Texas, he says it reminds him of growing up in the Valley.
Next morning after coffee and breakfast tacos from Las Milpas, Tara and I headed for the beach, the guys, for the golf course. It was about an hour drive to the Corpus Christi area, and we decided to go to Bob Hall Pier (on Reggie's insistence!) It was quite nice and had little picnic tables with benches to use. The weather was beautiful - hot and sunny! We slathered ...
... think about it!
Bill: We have played golf four times now. This time we found the Palmilla Beach Golf Club, a new resort course just near the Mustang Island State Park where we stayed this week. This round was a special treat—ocean side views, rolling sand dunes, and we both played great. The Head Pro was very accommodating, the course was immaculate, the staff knowledgeable and informative, and I only lost one golf ball.
... where he could play in the sand. It was very crowded so I suggested that we return to the campground and go to the beach area where it hopefully would be less crowded, so I called Bob to pick us up and we started walking to the rendezvous area. We walked on one of the boardwalks which led to a hotel area. As we walked to the entrance road, I spotted a security guard and asked him the way out to the road. All he was interested ...