We can now say we are good at surviving wind storms. It seems we get one or two a week this month at the beach. It rocks the RV a little but now I am used to it I hardly notice the motion. The cats still do not like it at all. Here are some pictures of the waves hitting the pier by us.
SO with a new year, we are starting more pictures. I created an RV Pictures album so you can see all the pictures we take at https://photos.app.goo.gl/8GddeSGiE6ixkPwZ6
If problems with the link – let me know.
We have been enjoying the area food establishments as well as the weather – when the wind is down. One was Andy’s restaurant for breakfast. Good old fashion cooking and trains. The boxcars advertise for local merchants.
Another great place was Twin Peaks Restaurant, a sports bar, with a great atmosphere and food out of this world. The barbecue was fantastic. I never saw shorts so short in my life. The waitresses were great and we had a good time.
The winds have been unusually high periodically here and the locals say this is unusual. So much for global warming. The palms are swaying a lot. But we are surrounded by water on three sides and the view is unforgettable.
We plan to move to Livingston, TX in a week for appointments and then head East. Hope to see you all in a little while.
Another successful move to NAS Corpus Christi, TX. Weather is in the 70s, clear skies, and calm seas. In other words, it is beautiful here.
We went to breakfast at Andy’s Kitchen in Corpus Christ, TX (https://www.andyskitchen.com/ ). It was an excellent place with great food and superior service! They had a very inventive train set running at the top of the restaurant. We strongly recommend them to anyone visiting the area.
We plan to be here a month so we hope to have more later. Wish you all were here.