Tag Archives: Gulf of Mexico

Day 11—Skies

Excuse me while I kiss the sky.—Jimi Hendrix We spent 2011 in a drought in Texas.  The sky stayed unrelentingly blue as fields dried, lakes evaporated, and wildfires ravaged.  Hearing someone in central Texas pray for a hurricane astounded me.  … Continue reading

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Day 1-Where I began

I was trying to decide where I did begin. I was born in Rockport so I began physically in a small town along the Gulf Coast of Texas.  Our parents gravitated to small towns to raise us.  I was born … Continue reading

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Meteor date

Bob shared a post from one of the hunting services he friended on Facebook that said that there would be a meteor shower in the early morning hours of August 12 and 13th.  They are best seen in a location … Continue reading

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Fishing all night

In May, when Bob, Drew, and I got off the jetty boat at Fisherman’s Wharf in Port Aransas, we saw the Scat Cat unloading their passengers from a 5 hour fishing trip into the Gulf of Mexico.  The Scat Cat … Continue reading

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Catching ghoti

Not sure if you want to catch ghoti?  It’s good breaded and fried and dipped in remoulade sauce. When I took literacy tutoring classes, the instructor pointed out how hard it is to read English by showing us how sneaky phonetics are.  … Continue reading

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