After meeting up with my niece in Corpus Christi about her upcoming wedding, it was sadly time to head home…but wait…I saw a sign for a park….(swerve….) so let’s visit Harbor Point Park in Aransas Pass, Texas! I’d say it was “on the way home” but only if you plan on a round-about way…oh well…still…
This memorial was built to honor Granville Elias “Bill” Minter, founder of the shrimp industry (Jun. 27, 1881-May 18, 1965), and those lost at sea.
When I arrived, the sky looked pretty good, wasn’t long before a little rain came in.
(Source: YouTube – Pelican Eating Fish by Hampus Romu-Widell)
Time to go…weather is starting to turn yucky
Reminds me of the time I took both kids to Astroworld (an amusement park), as there were just us 3, we’d take turns riding with each other to be fair. Once my son ended up having to ride the Wagon Wheel with a stranger. He was a man of about 40 who had the unlucky chair choice that when the ride began, my son would be slammed into the man for the entire ride. As me and my daughter sat 2 rows behind, we couldn’t stop laughing hytercially as my young son extended both of his arms (forming a T), and was screaming with joy, “I’m a bird, I’m a bird…look at me flying!” OVER and OVER throughout the ride!! We STILL feel sorry for that poor man!! 🙂
“I’m a bird, I’m a bird!” 🙂 🙂
That’s a wrap on Harbor Point Park! Stay tuned for more adventure 🙂 and thank you all for reading 🙂
Elizabeth and Max