Travel Blogs from Port O Connor
"I hate History," I tell a classmate in the cafeteria. “I can't relate to dates. I don’t know the difference between one war and another. And I don’t care about things that happened way before I was born.”
“I feel the same,” Florence agrees, “1492, 1912, 1861… they’re just numbers to me.”
“I can memorize the dates in a chapter ...
... returned with an answer.
He had instant answers, however, to ‘is this a family business, are you the oldest, you all live here, etc’ And as we drove away, I commented to Larry that this must be a home school family and we determined to return for BBQ on Thursday, one of the only 3 days it’s open.
Matt was 7, Makenna 5, Kacey 4 and Ellie 1 when, after extensive research, Steve and ...
... door was locked. As I stopped to gather brochures from the outdoor display, the doors opened and Bob a "Chamber Charmer", as volunteers are called, asked how he could help and invited me in. And so I have pictures of their charming Chamber center.
BIG TREE . . . .
. . . . a giant living oak tree, ...
GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK . . . .
CAMPING RIGHT ON THE WHITE SAND BEACH
Long fishing pier - no fishing license needed when staying in the park.
White sand beach, fishing, biking, bird watching, camping
6 miles to town
Pictures speak for ...
... of the area and found this quaint little fishing village. Most of the fishing villages have campsites right at the piers and docks. But, generally they are old and not kept up very well.
There's a lot of development going on all along the Gulf Coast in all of the states. But, sandwiched in among it all are these quaint little fishing ventures.
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1306 Maple Street, Port O Connor | Motelfrom $99