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Traveling Them Thar Hills

Mustang Island State Park


After a month at Port A RV Resort packed in like sardines, we have moved on to our favorites. That beyond a shadow of a doubt are the state parks. We are spending a month at this state park just a quarter of a mile or less from the beach.  Here are just a few of the finds and how we spend our time here. 

Sea Beans from other lands. The hamburgers (Macuna) as they call them are my favorites.  It’s amazing what you find on the beach that people loose, GoPro, and also about three knives and about 4 dollars in change. It’s all good because we walk miles a day taking in the beaches. 

3 thoughts on “Mustang Island State Park

  1. Is that an oil rig? Looks too tall & skinny compared to one’s I’ve seen.

    • I think they use to be some kind of oil rig. Pelicans live on them now. I’ve looked at them through the binoculars and they appear to be abandoned. I think they would make a great foundation for a place to make a vacation home. Weld a shipping container on them and put a boat hoist garage on it. There are about 13 of them out there at this beach.

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