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Up for quickie then breakfast, meet the True's laying out in the sun, they where both still under the weather but in good spirits , TC and I went to the Gallery lecture and tour, the lecture was good and the tour was okay. Back on deck, tanning, I went to Pub old lunch at the wheelhouse bar, good fish and chips, meet ...
... an purchase of a drink,it was okay, then I tried to get in on the music event but was late,, watched, had rum tasting a 1500 , 1600 navingtion by sea, 1700 back in room resting, formal night, . Had dinner the flank steak was really good, went to two shows the old pub show and the Dan Horn vetiaquest ...
... day (7 hours), Clare was overtired and crying and we were all exhausted. Fortunately one of the RV parks must have felt sorry for us and "ended up having a cancellation". We set up in the dark, then while Aimee put Clare to bed Bruce took the boys for a late night swim. The boys are such troopers and had been so patient and well behaved in the truck while we made our panicked inquiries ...
... the pelicans were. We got out of the car in the parking lot, and there were two pelicans sitting there. We went to walk past, and they just looked at us. I got closer, and they still just looked at us. Weird.
We continued on and saw two guys fishing off the pier. They said the fishing wasn't that good today and, what they did catch, the pelicans came and stole right off the hook! While we were there, the one guy caught a little mudshark. ...
... however eventually the arctic front passed through and we moved on again, not far but SE towards Kemah. We have been to this area before as you Malc & Anita will remember, but since we were here the last time a certain hurricane named Ike caused havoc in 2008. I can recall being at home and watching the distressing images of flooding in the Galveston area hardly able to recognise it. Today there are parts where you would never know ...