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Journey to the South Texas Coast…

By August 17, 2016 Airstream
1970 Airstream

Yes. The move did happen. I cannot believe that it happened an entire two months ago. Yet…I have not written here since. Truly an epic fail on my part, I know! The move has been a big adjustment, and after working all day at the new job I haven’t really opened my computer very much after I get home. Plus with the sunset views outside, I tend to spend part of every evening just going for a walk. What I have learned during this hiatus is that when I don’t write here enough…I really miss it. I have a lot to update you guys on, but for now please enjoy the gallery below of the TinCan in her new parking space. She looks good here don’t you agree?

4 Comments

  • Cheryl says:

    Can’t believe it’s only been two months…seems longer. Lol I’ve been waiting for you to write. The pictures are wonderful and I’m sure the Tin Can loves her new digs. Sure beats parking under the I-30 bridge!!

  • Stephani says:

    Hello! I just stumbled upon your site. My family and I want to move into an Airstream in the near future. We’re still saving up but we’re moving to the Galveston area in a couple weeks to be close to family. I’ve been searching for a good place to set up camp with our Airstream, but haven’t had much luck. I was just wondering where you ended up (if you’re comfortable saying) or if you have any tips. Thanks!

    • aunt am says:

      Hi Stephani. I thought I already replied here, but I guess maybe I only replied in my mind. Forgive the delay. I am in the San Leon area. There are several decent RV Parks in the area, and they are building several new ones. I saw that they are building a few new ones in the Galveston Area. I can recommend Galveston Bay RV Resort and Marina on Dickinson Bayou. The best other tips I will share is make sure you have a good A/C. The summer sun is intense down here. Also, be prepared for the wind. I’ve lost outdoor furniture cushions and had plastic chairs travel a good distance. Hope you enjoy having water nearby and palm trees overhead as much as I have.

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