Anywhere you go along the Gulf coast, a black silhouette of a large bird can often be seen soaring high above offshore islands, sparsely wooded areas and roadways. It may be one of the numerous black vultures looking for a dead or decaying animal carcass.
History comes to life on the stage of the Rialto Theater in Aransas Pass for the next three weekends. But, Men On Boats is not a documentary even though theater goers may learn about the Powell Geographic Expedition of 1869. Aransas Repertory Theatre’s cast of ten women adds the comedic twist. Can you imagine how women would react and what they would say while exploring the Colorado River and seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time?
A ceremony held in Sherill Park, Corpus Christi marked the 45th anniversary of the deaths of six men on September 21, 1973 as the result of an accidentally dropped flare inside a Coast Guard aircraft during a search and rescue operation.
My Coastal World shares posts on several Facebook group pages. Where were you? resulted in many comments which can only be seen by members of that group. Comments made on “50 and Over RV’ers” are numerous and from people who are scattered throughout our country.
In a world seemingly filled with negativity and meanness from some. The presence of bullies appears to have increased and what can be done?
Planning and plotting a vacation out of state, Discussing driving vs flying is quite a debate. Flying leaves the navigation to the pilot no worries on your part. Driving can be adventurous right from the very start.
Summer seemed to explode with unusually warm weather very early in May this year in the North Bay area. As soon as the regular school year was completed, swimming pools were filled with children wanting to enjoy their summer vacation while staying cool.
With a welcoming smile, “The Tex-Mex Slow Cooker” author Vianney Rodriguez greeted each person. Released on March 6, 2018, this cookbook realized the childhood dream of an Aransas Pass native and with printing beginning immediately following hurricane Harvey, she added a message to her Aransas Pass community.
On August 25, 2017, Carolyn Sloan-Thibault was in Austin helping her grandchildren get ready for the new school year. She had been there for a week and had carefully followed the tropical weather forecasts for the Rockport area. When hurricane warnings were issued for Rockport, she called her husband, Ron Thibault, who said, “Don’t come home!”.
Spring Break, warm weather and St. Patrick's Day means North Bay visitors and residents are looking for something to do. My Coastal World is a one-stop internet location for finding what you are looking for.