Day 842: Fleeing the Bolivar Peninsula

This morning we woke up to a muggy, cloudy day.  Overnighting at the fishing pier wasn’t the most inspiring experience.  I backed in such that the final position had the truck at a right angle to the RV so that I wouldn’t block the thru lane:

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This pelican wanted a snack from the fisherman:

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We spent a few hours walking the beach:

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We looked through the shells we had collected:

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We really wanted to have an on-beach dispersed camping experience, but a beach flood watch was in effect for tonight as well, and we really didn’t want to spend Shabbos at the fishing pier.  Also, the weather looks lousy for most of this coming week, so we said goodbye to the Bolivar Peninsula and headed to Houston for Shabbos.  On the way out, construction crews were clearing the road from the sand washed up in last night’s flood tide:

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Good Shabbos from Houston, Texas!  See the trip map for today’s drive and our current location.

Day 841: To the Bolivar Peninsula
Day 844: Houston to San Antonio

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