Trip: Destination — The Texas Gulf Coast

Trip: Destination — The Texas Gulf Coast. We are back on the road on the second of our shakedown trips in advance of some more serious travel next year. We are headed back to Texas. Beaumont, Texas to be precise, where we plan to work for five days, and then spend some time on a Texas Gulf Coast beach before returning home. Trip write-up: Eight-minute read, +30

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas — When it got dark, we found out why we had the beach to ourselves — hordes of ferocious mosquitoes.

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas — When it got dark, we found out why we had the beach to ourselves — hordes of ferocious mosquitoes.

Sun, sand, and sea

Sun, sand, and sea — Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas.

Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas. +1

Ginger soaking up the sun on the Gulf of Mexico

Ginger soaking up the sun on the Gulf of Mexico — Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas. +1

Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Sea Rim State Park, Texas.

Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Beach Camping at Sea Rim State Park, Texas — We had the whole beach to ourselves and 80°F in November. We saw some alligator tracks in the sand, and when it got dark, we found out why we had the beach to ourselves — hordes of ferocious mosquitoes. +1

It looks like a jungle in there

It looks like a jungle in there — Trail near Cattail Marsh, Tyrrell Park, Beaumont, Texas.

Cattail Marsh

Cattail Marsh, Tyrrell Park, Beaumont, Texas.

Yes, they are alive…

Yes, they are alive… Didn’t see any though. Cattail Marsh, Tyrrell Park, Beaumont, Texas.

Pagoda and boardwalk

Pagoda and boardwalk — Cattail Marsh, Tyrrell Park, Beaumont, Texas.