Category Archives: the beach
Have you had enough winter and are dreaming of summer? Maybe you’re looking forward to getting time off, kicking back, and escaping into a few good books. Indulge in a book binge with this Summer Reading Hamper. Enter the giveaway … Continue reading
When your world has been blown apart, and you must bring the magic that puts it back together. Inspired by true events: #Hurricane Harvey, which made international headlines, and one that probably didn’t make it to your news feed. … Continue reading
It’s the height of Spring Break here where I live. This being a tourist destination, hordes of students (and some teachers, too) head this way, taking a breather from the rigors of Academia. Welcome! Enjoy our beaches. Build a bonfire. Play … Continue reading
This year, The Sand Band will perform at Treasure Island on Friday, April 29th, playing their own original music and many TropRock covers. Continue reading
It’s Shark Week. Have you read Naked Came the Sharks yet? OK, these sharks travel on two legs but they can be just as deadly.
SandFest 2014 brings a festival of ephemeral art to Port Aransas Friday through Sunday, April 11 through 13, 2014. This is the 18th Annual Texas SandFest. More than a dozen world-class master sculptors and hundreds of amateurs will create stunning … Continue reading
The kids have gone back to school. The summer visitors have gone home. Our beaches are deserted and we can navigate Alister Street without having to dodge golf carts and jaywalking tourists. Summer is if not officially over, effectively over. … Continue reading
Oooo, shiny! Saw these sparkling in the sand on my beachwalk this morning. A veritable bounty of pirate treasure. Finders keepers.
They’re here! I’ve got hummingbirds flitting around in my mesquite and vitex trees. So if you’ve got hummingbird feeders, it’s time to get them out!
Here in the hurricane zone, we can take a little comfort in the forecast that The Weather Channel has issued for the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The preseason forecast calls for “below-average” storm activity: 11 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 2 major hurricanes … Continue reading