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Three Haiku from a Day at the Beach, Remembering Dad

Thanksgiving weekend, eight of us family members spanning three generations packed into my Honda Pilot and headed down to the Bolivar Peninsula where I grew up.   164 more words

Haiku

Reddish Egret Portrait in Golden Light

Golden light at sunrise rocks.  Got this Reddish Egret portrait shot from Bolivar Flats along the Gulf Coast on Friday.  As usual, was using my ground pod to get the low-level look. 133 more words

Birds

Another Sunday Drive

First stop, Galveston beach for the sunrise. Heavy cloud cover obscured the actual sunrise but produced some beautiful coloration in the sky.

Photo Travels

Eye see, but not

Practice pays off. Act perfected. Guilt brings rewards big time.

The limp draping on the couch,

The lack of interest if the cat marches up and paw sorts my food bowl as she examines it to see if anything looks interesting . 701 more words

Humor

Texas Vacations You Should Take Before You Retire

Texas is known for a lot of things, but one thing that is synonymous with the Lone Star State is its size. It’s crazy to realize just how large a landmass Texas really is compared to other states in the union. 295 more words

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Five Fun Things to Do In Seabrook TX For Families With Young Kids

If you’re traveling through Texas with the family, or at least planning on making a trip to the Lone Star State, you’re no doubt thinking about how exactly you’re going to have the most amount of fun. 287 more words

Bay Area Houston

Sunday Drive along the Texas Gulf Coast

An early morning outing to Sea Rim State Park yielded more than just a few good photos. This quiet, off the beaten path, park is perfect if you like to commune with nature on a personal level. 97 more words

Photo Travels