Tag Archives: Texas Gulf coast


A Weekend in … Rockport/Fulton – Part 3

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It’s been a very long time since I last wrote about that weekend in Rockport/Fulton on the Texas Gulf Coast in October 2012, and ever since I have wanted to continue. Well, here we are! There are so many pictures … Continue reading


A Weekend in … Rockport/Fulton – Part 2

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On our second day in Rockport/Fulton we wanted to do some sightseeing and just drive around in the area. Doing that, we soon, after having crossed that big bridge which spans the entrance to Copano Bay, passed the turn-off to … Continue reading


Port Aransas …

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… was a flop, unfortunately. It did start (fairly) well when we went there on Wednesday, August 22. We left our place shortly before noon and, with a short stop in Sinton for some water and some pastry, plus a … Continue reading


The Beauty of Texas – Gulf Coast to Hill Country

Besides the other descriptions I’ve already quoted, James Michener has more such in his book “Texas“, as his fictional character Ludwig Allerkamp sees it in the middle of the 19th century: “[…] this central part of Texas consisted of five … Continue reading


88 Degrees Water Temperature

No, that’s not the water in our bathtub, that’s the actual water temperature down here at the Texas Gulf Coast. But even so, with air temps at more than 100 degrees, it is still nicely cooling. Thus it’s high time … Continue reading